The South-eastern Europe Health Network, established in 2001, is a multi-governmental forum for regional collaboration on health, health systems and public health. It comprises of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Israel, Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, Romania and the Republic of Serbia.
Memorandum of Understanding (2009)
This is a legally binding document signed by the governments of nine SEE countries, establishing the institutional mechanisms for sustaining the regional cooperation on health development.
You can read or download the Memorandum of Understanding here.