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Finalised projects: 90
EUR committed: 215.0 mln
Main project outputs > 280
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Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020 approved by the Joint Programming Committee

Innovation, efficient use of natural resources and accessibility: the focus of the new Baltic Sea Region Programme is clear. After more than two years of intense work, the Joint Programming Committee approved the Cooperation Programme on 14 May, 2014, in Warsaw. The new Programme will also include a support facility for the implementation of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.

The JPC approved the Cooperation Programme for 2014-2020 in Warsaw.

The Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020 will now be submitted to every participating country’s government for final national endorsement. By July, the European Commission will receive the Programme for final approval.  The start of the new Programme will be announced at the Programme Conference on 26 and 27 November in Warsaw. From September 2014, the Joint Technical Secretariat will start provide advisory services to interested applicants.

published 15.05.2014