(Brussels) The High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, the Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, and Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc, are in Poznan, Poland, today and tomorrow to participate in the Western Balkans Summit organised in the framework of the Berlin process. The event will also be attended by leaders and ministers from ten EU Member States and from six Western Balkan countries. The Summit will focus on regional cooperation and good neighbourly relations, youth, security and the rule of law, with special focus on anti-corruption. The Commission informs in press release that the “EU delegation will aim at strengthening links within the region and with the European Union by launching new initiatives and programmes to improve transport and energy connectivity and to boost digital transformation”. The EU also intends to step up its support for socio-economic development and green growth, regional cooperation, good neighbourly relations, and security cooperation. High Representative Mogherini will, together with Commissioner Hahn, attend the Leaders’ meeting on 5 July. This afternoon, a ministerial meeting will open the Chambers Investment Forum, a platform of dialogue between the Commission and businesses in the Western Balkans.