Citizens' summary: EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

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Period : 2007-2013
Date : 06/12/2009

The Baltic Sea is threatened. If no action is taken, this famous sea, renowned world-over for trading links, for its history and for leisure pursuits, is in severe ecological danger. The development of the Baltic Sea Region is also at risk, despite the opportunities created by the European Union single market. These challenges can only be addressed through better cooperation between the countries concerned, which are primarily EU Member States (Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland) but also include third countries.

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