The Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) was created on February 27, 2008, to replace the Stability Pact for Southeastern Europe. The main tasks of the RCC are to help facilitate the activities of the South-East European Cooperation Process (SEECP), assist with regional cooperation, aid potential candidate and candidate countries with accession to the EU, monitor regional activities, and support the increased involvement of civil society in the region. The RCC is comprised of 46 countries, organizations, and financial institutions, including the European Union, the participating states of the SEECP (Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and Slovenia as well as Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey and Moldova), and other donor countries.
In February 2013, the RCC was presented with the International Peace Centre Sarajevo’s traditional Sloboda (Freedom) award “for an extraordinary contribution to humanism, fight for human rights and freedom in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Europe and the world.” The award highlighted the RCC’s commitment to cooperation in South East Europe and creating a stable and safe atmosphere for economic and social development in the region.
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