In the second day of the Advanced Research Workshop Black Swans on the Eastern Flank, organized by the New Strategy Center together with World Experience for Georgia, the discussions targeted, mainly, aspects related to energy security and counter-terrorism. There were also discussed scenarios provided by experts from the Balkans area. The conclusions of the event revealed that Black Swans on the Eastern Flank project was a useful endeavor, facilitating communication between the experts from the Black Sea and Balkans area,  the experts from Romania and those representing NATO and FRONTEX.
New Strategy Center will continue such intercessions, that bring together the expertise from many countries, on important topics for the national and regional security.

The event involved experts from Romania, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, as well as from the NATO and FRONTEX. The scenarios and the discussions aimed at 4 main directions: cyber security, energy security, counter-terrorism, the protection of frontiers and ports.
This workshop was organized with the support of the NATO’s Program Science for Peace and Security.
New Strategy Center expresses its gratitude for the support of OMV Petrom Company in organizing this event.