Sea basin strategy: Baltic Sea
Baltic Sea

In May 2014 the European Commission adopted the Baltic Sea agenda for sustainable growth. It focuses on:

  • Boosting innovation and sustainability;
  • Developing skills and qualifications, cluster development;
  • Using existing cooperation structures and multisectoral dialogue
  • Targeting maritime projects for access to finance

The Commission is ready to facilitate the implementation of the Baltic Sea agenda through a maritime stakeholder platform. In cooperation with stakeholders it will organise a series of workshops dedicated to Blue Growth and funding opportunities in the Baltic Sea region. More information will follow.

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