Running projects: 12
Finalised projects: 78
Finalised & paid projects: 45
EUR committed: 215.0 mln
EUR paid out: 153.3 mln
Invitation: Baltic Sea Region Programme Conference 2008, Tallinn, Estonia, 26 November 2008
We have the pleasure to invite you to the Baltic Sea Region Programme Conference 2008! We would be glad to meet you in Tallinn on 26 November 2008.
The draft agenda and practical information for the event are available for download below. To register for the conference please click here. Registration deadline is 29 October 2008.
The conference will offer you the opportunity to take a broader view at the Baltic Sea region and be informed about the new concept of the "EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea region" prepared by the European Parliament and the European Commission. Achievements of projects part-financed by the Baltic Sea Region INTERREG III B Programme 2000 - 2006 will be presented and you will learn more about the start-up of the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013.
Around 500 participants from projects, programme's stakeholders, pan-Baltic organisations, governmental organisations, and the European Commission will get together in Tallinn.
Back to back with the conference, Lead Applicants and project promoters intending to apply for the 2nd call for project applications are invited to an information seminar and to individual project consultations on 27-28 November. The number of participants for the Lead Applicant seminar is limited to 120.
On the 25 November the INTERREG IVC Information Point North will be organising individual consultations to Lead Applicants of the second call of proposals. Please contact IP-North@interreg4c.eu for more information.
We look forward to seeing you in Tallinn!
Director of the Joint Technical Secretariat
Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013
in co-operation with:
Estonian Ministry of the Interior
Nordic Council of Ministers'
Office in Estonia
The Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013 is investing in Europe's future by fostering sustainable growth of the region. Eleven countries around the Baltic Sea work together to find joint solutions to common problems.