Building networking hub for units interested in lakes protection in Baltic Sea tourist regions
Lakes connect

Project outcomes among stakeholders: A summary and reactions

06 May 2024
Effective stakeholder engagement and the promotion of achievements are integral aspects of our project. As we enter the final phase of the Lakes connect project, we are diligently disseminating our outputs and deliverables.
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Recently, the Lithuanian partner of the Lakes connect project – Siauliai Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts (SCCIC) – held productive sessions with stakeholders on April 30th and May 2nd. These sessions marked the culmination of our efforts, as we shared our results, insights, and future plans.



One highlight was the presentation of the Transnational cooperation model for local authorities, science units and other organizations – Networking Hub of units interested in lakes protection (Output 1.2). This model serves as a platform for transnational policy dialogue and the collective examination of lake pollution issues.

Alfredas Jonuška, a representative of the European Economic and Social Committee, emphasized: “Results of the project may be interesting far beyond the Telšiai region! And further actions are definitely recommended”.


The enthusiastic responses from attendees speak volumes about the progress we’ve achieved throughout the project implementation.



Additionally, the satisfied expressions on the faces of Mantas Vaškys and Lukas Valančius, Board members of SCCIC Telsiai branch, serve as a testament to the success of our endeavors😊.

The Lithuanian team from SCCIC, consisting of Jolanta Norvaišienė and Daiva Jonuškienė, has been inspired to work even harder and develop their ideas for the upcoming BSR Interreg calls.

We would like to extend our sincere gratitude for active participation and valuable contributions during the meeting!