Transnational cooperation projects of the Baltic Sea Region Programme and their contribution to the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region
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The Baltic Sea region became more prominent on the European map during the last months. The EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region was adopted by the European Council late October under the Swedish EU Presidency. The EU Strategy is rated as the first macroregional policy concept in the European Union. All eight EU member states in the area signed up to its successful practical implementation. Now the question is: what can we do, and what can you do to implement the ambitious objectives of the Strategy? What can we do together? What is the role of our transnational cooperation programme in the implementation of the EU Strategy?
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