The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 finances result orientated cross-border cooperation projects in Estonia, Finland (incl Åland), Latvia and Sweden

A glimpse into SEASTOP - one of our newly accepted project

Friday, December 1, 2017 - 09:17

The European Cooperation Day 2017, took place in Marieham about a week after the third call 2nd step had officialy closed. Project applicant Mats Orblöm, SEASTOP project representative, partecipated in the event. During the day, Interreg Volunteer Youth Sofia Castoldi took the opportunity to ask him a few questions about the application process from the applicant point of view. 

SEASTOP is one of the 23 new projects that have been selected for funding on November 30 by the Steering Committee.

All the material that Sofia has produced while volunteering at the Central Baltic programme, is available on the right side of the green bar on the top corner of the Central Baltic website.


Mats Örblom, SEASTOP project representative during the EC Day 2017 in Mariehamn, Åland