Adriatic-Ionian Initiative was born with the signature of the “Declaration of Ancona” on May 20, 2000 at the end of the “Conference on development and security in the Adriatic and Ionian Seas” by the Foreign Ministers of the six founding countries, in the presence of the President of the European Commission Romano Prodi.
Adriatic-Ionian Initiative was born with the signature of the "Ancona Declaration" on May 20, 2000 at the end of the "Conference on development and security in the Adriatic and Ionian Seas" by the Foreign Ministers of the six founding countries, in the presence of the President of the European Commission Romano Prodi.
In the same year, on 15 December, with the Ravenna Declaration, UniAdrion, was born as a Virtual University of the Adriatic-Ionian Region, i.e. a network of the most prestigious universities of the area founded on the initiative of Bologna and Ancona University
Between 1999 and 2001 UniAdrion was joined by two additional Fora of the civil society
The Forum of the Adriatic and Ionian Cities, born in Ancona on the initiative of the administrators of the city itself and of the Italian National Association of Cities with the approval of the "Charter of Ancona" (30 April 1999), and the Forum of the Adriatic and Ionian Chambers of Commerce, founded in 2001 and uniting the Chambers of Commerce belonging to the coastal regions of the Adriatic and Ionian basin.
A.I.I. (Adriatic & Ionian Initiative)
Permanent Secretariat was settled in Ancona
Constitution of Association
Medjugorje Agreement between the three Fora for Integrated Secretariat and Actions
Approval of EUSAIR Action Plan
The Trieste Declaration will aim to intensificate relations between the universities of the countries involved in the Berlin process, to implement specific Erasmus projects for the countries of the Berlin process and EU support for networking programs involving universities in the Berlin process countries
2018-2020: AI-NURECC project
“AI-NURECC - Adriatic Ionian Network of Universities, Regions, Chambers of Commerce and Cities”
2020-2021: FACILITY POINT project
“Supporting the Governance of the EUSAIR: Facility Point”
accreditation of ERASMUS+ Consortium “Uniadrion Italy”