The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 finances result orientated cross-border cooperation projects in Estonia, Finland (incl Åland), Latvia and Sweden
The Central Baltic programme uses public funds to reach commonly defined objectives for the good of our regions. All elements of that sentence mean that we have to spend that money very wisely and correctly. Therefore, the programme has a zero-tolerance for fraud as it is one of the saddest forms of misuse of public funds. 
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"Europe in My Region" is an EU-wide communication campaign launched in 2016 by DG Regio and taking place now for the fourth time. The campaign aims at encouraging citizens to discover EU-funded projects near them in the days around Europe Day (9 May).

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Last week, back-to-back with the Monitoring Commitee, the Central Baltic Info Team gathered to plan our activities in relation to the >> 5th call <<.

Here a brief summary of what to expect:
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    5th call - new information

    Tuesday, 23 April, 2019
    For latest information about the fifth call, please visit the 5th call page.

    The Monitoring Committee of the Central Baltic Programme gathered in Riga between 23-24 April 2019. During the meeting, 5th call details were decided.

    We will compile a comprehensive 5th call information page in near future but here are the most important facts:
    • The call is open between 15.8.-15.10.2019
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    The Swedish Institute, a public agency that promotes swedish interests around the world, just opened a call for application aimed at projects with a Swedish lead partner that would like to cooperate with countries located outside of the European Union in the framework of their project.

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    The Centrum Balticum Foundation is looking for projects to be featured in a multi-channel communication campaign “Cohesion through EUSBSR”. The campaign aims at highlighting the impact of EU Cohesion policy in the Baltic Sea macro-region. It puts EU-funded transnational and cross-border projects and their beneficiaries in the forefront, and communicates the benefits and contributions of Cohesion policy to the development of the macro-region.

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    SMART E67

    Tuesday, 12 March, 2019
    Central Baltic project SMART E67 received a significant acknowledgement from the NGO “Latvian design, building and construction council” who awarded 1st Prize in the new engineering structures of 2018 contest to SMART67 road ITS design and implementation.

    Head over our project database to learn more about SMART67.

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    On 6 March, the local radio of Åland broadcasted two short interviews with four people involved in the Central Baltic programme. In the first interview, Linnéa Johansson, head of Department for Trade and Industry at the Government of Åland, gives a boader view of what CB means to Åland.

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    The fourth call for project applications closed on 16 November 2018. After that, assessments have been ongoing at the Joint Secretariat, and on 5-6 March the Steering Committee, consisting of the Central Baltic Member State representatives, took funding decisions on both regular and small projects.

    The following 16 projects have been approved for funding:
    Regoular project list
    • Archipelago Access
    • Baltic Loop
    • eMesai
    • 4Smart Growth
    • NatAc
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    Information about the SmartLog project – an Interreg Central Baltic programme project about logistics management – has been spread to 35 countries in Europe. That is the result from having gotten attention in the Assembly of the European Regions network, which is an organisation for 35 countries and 15 interregional organisations on regional development.
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