Shape the Programme: public consultation is open

13 Jul 2020

Are you interested in the thematic coverage of projects funded by the future Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme? Do you consider to apply for funding? Are you familiar with the current project results or maybe you have already been using them? We open public consultation to hear about comments and proposals on the draft thematic framework of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2021-2027.

Preparations in progress

The next Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2021-2027 is taking shape. It will be built upon knowledge and experience of people who think that cooperation is the right way to make our region a better place to work and live in.

Public consultation

All EU Member States and neighbouring partner countries around the Baltic Sea have agreed on the seven topics for the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme. We open public consultation to hear about your comments on the selection of topics and your proposals for improvements.

Your opinion matters. We are waiting for your comments and proposal until 4 September 2020.

For more information about the public consultation and the overall development process of the future Programme, visit the relevant section on the Programme website.

Join the public consultation now:

On behalf of the Joint Programming Committee and Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat, Ramboll Management Consulting is running the public consultation on the thematic framework for the Interreg Baltic Sea Region 2021-2027.

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