Stratégie par bassin maritime: mer Baltique
Baltic Sea

En mai 2014, la Commission européenne a adopté la stratégie de croissance durable dans la région de la mer Baltique. Cette stratégie vise principalement à:

  • stimuler l’innovation et la durabilité;
  • développer les compétences et les qualifications et créer des pôles d’activité;
  • exploiter les structures de coopération existantes et le dialogue multisectoriel;
  • cibler les projets maritimes pouvant accéder à un financement.

La Commission souhaite faciliter la mise en œuvre de la stratégie grâce à une plateforme des parties prenantes. En coopération avec les parties concernées, elle organisera des ateliers consacrés à la croissance bleue et aux possibilités de financement dans la région de la mer Baltique. De plus amples informations suivront.

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Nouvelles

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