The Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM)

ASEM logo

The ASEM logo was decided at the Fifth ASEM Foreign Ministers' Meeting in Bali, July 2003. It expresses the idea of interaction and cooperation between Europe and Asia through the intertwined forms of an Asian brush-stroke and a simplified roman E. These are also combined to form the letters A and E, symbolizing Asia and Europe. The logo represents two different yet intertwined cultures of East and West seeking ways to come together and interact. The colors of the logo -- blue and red -- represent Europe and Asia respectively.

FACTS ABOUT ASEM

SUMMIT MEETINGS

FOREIGN MINISTERS' MEETINGS

OTHER MINISTERIAL MEETINGS

- FINANCE MINISTERS' MEETINGS

- ECONOMIC MINISTERS' MEETINGS

- ENVIRONMENT MINISTERS' MEETINGS

- CULTURE MINISTERS' MEETINGS

- EDUCATIONAL MINISTERS' MEETINGS

- LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT MINISTERS CONFERENCES

- MINISTERIAL CONFERENCE ON COOPERATION FOR
  THE MANAGEMENT OF MIGRATORY FLOWS
  BETWEEN EUROPE AND ASIA

- SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MINISTERS' MEETING

- INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ICT)
  MINISTERIAL MEETING

- MINISTERIAL CONFERENCE ON ENERGY SECURITY

- TRANSPORT MINISTERS' MEETING

ASEM in its Tenth Year, Looking Back, Looking Forward

ASEM SEMINARS HELD IN JAPAN

OTHER ACTIVITIES

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