Task Force on Communicable Disease Control in the Baltic Sea Region 

The Third Baltic Sea States Summit decided to establish a “Task Force on Communicable Disease Control in the Baltic Sea Region”. The Task Force consists of personal representatives of the Prime Ministers and is chaired by Norway.

Its purpose is to intensify regional co-operation and other measures to counteract the threat to public health caused by a sharp increase in communicable diseases, and to elaborate a joint plan to enhance disease control throughout the region. The Task Force should involve international expertise, such as the World Health Organisation, UN-AIDS and the European Union, and report back to the Heads of Government with its recommendations.

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