31/12 2008

The Programme officially closed

The Baltic Sea Region INTERREG III B Neighbourhood Programme was officially closed on 31 December 2008. ...  more


18/12 2008

Evaluation study on use of project outcomes

The Baltic Sea Region INTERREG III B Neighbourhood Programme will be closed at the end of this year. All the project activities have been finalised. In order to find out what has happened to outputs produced, and what are the lessons learned, the Joint Technical Secretariat commissioned an Evaluation Study on Use of Outcomes produced in the Programme. The evaluation covers the whole programme including the 2 cross-border priorities. The final version of the Evaluation study is available for download below. ...  more


04/12 2008

Programme ShowCase videos available for download

We have visualized three project showcases to illustrate how joint problems of transport, business development and environment have jointly been tackled by partners from different countries bordering the Baltic Sea.

To watch and download trailers of project showcases click here. ...  more


03/12 2008

Database of project outputs available online

Secretariat has developed a database of project outputs to show what results in the period from 2001 to 2008 have been produced by the INTERREG IIII B Baltic Sea Region Neighbourhood Programme and the INTERREG IIIA priorities North and South. To go to the Database please click here. ...  more


21/11 2008

Baltic Sea Programme newsletter, November 2008

The November issue of the newsletter from the Baltic Sea Region INTERREG III B programme and the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007 - 2013 is available for download below. ...  more


27/10 2008

24 projects approved in the first call

After more than three years of joint programme preparation, the Monitoring Committee of the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013 approved 24 transnational cooperation projects at its meeting in Copenhagen on 23 - 24 October 2008. Around 66.1 Million Euro or 29.8 % of the total available EU/Norwegian programme co-financing was allocated. The approved projects involve around 443 project partners from 11 countries in the Baltic Sea area. In total 110 project applications were received in the 1st call closed on 30 May 2008. More statististcs about the results of the 1st call attached below. ...  more


15/10 2008

MEP met Secretariat staff

Elisabeth Schroedter, since 1994 Member of the European Parliament, met staff members of the Joint Technical Secretariat at Rostock ...  more


12/09 2008

Baltic Sea Programme newsletter, September 2008

The September issue of the newsletter from the Baltic Sea INTERREG III B programme and the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007 - 2013 is available for download below. ...  more


01/07 2008

Final reports submitted, payments to come soon

All projects have closed their activities and have submitted their final reports to the Joint Secretariat. ...  more


02/06 2008

1st call closed: 110 applications received

The first call for project applications of the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007 - 2013 was opened on 25 February and closed on the 30 May 2008. The secretariat received 110 project applications. Altogether total budget of received project applications is 374 MEUR. Most of the Lead partners come from Germany (40), Finland (23) and Sweden (21). 37 projects applied in Priority 1, 14 in Priority 2, 16 in Priority 3 and 43 in Priority 4. ...  more


15/05 2008

Baltic Fort Route: awarded as the best transborder project in Poland

“Baltic Fort Route” and city of Kostrzyn has won the first award in a category transborder cooperation in the competition organized by the Polish Ministry of Regional Development “7 miracles of EU funds” on 7th of May 2008. ...  more