The Central Baltic Programme 2021-2027 is almost here!
The programme document draft is currently in national approval processes in each of the governments of our countries. The programme will be result-oriented and support cross-border cooperation between Finland (including Åland), Estonia, Latvia and Sweden. Based on the needs and challenges of our region, 7 thematically grouped Programme Objectives have been proposed.
Start getting ready!
Preview videos of the Programme Objectives
If you are a potential applicant, we would like to invite you to use the Project idea form below to define the project idea in the preparation phase of the project and think about the central questions to prepare for consultations, which will be announced later in the autumn. It can also be sent to the Joint Secretariat as an initial presentation of the idea.
- Open the Project idea form 2021-2027
What's new for Central Baltic in 2021-2027?What will be new? What will remain the same? What will be simplified?
- The next step is for each participating Member State’s government to approve the programme document. This is referred to as the national approval process and it will take approximately three months.
- Once the Member States have formally approved the document, it will be submitted to the Commission and the first call can be announced. The preparations are now made for a first call deadline in early 2022.
We hope to celebrate together with you that the new programme document is ready and approved.
We recommend everyone to read the latest available draft of the programme – a version that was available for the public hearing. Although this is not a final version, it gives potential applicants a fair understanding of the common challenges identified for the Central Baltic region, and the Programme Objectives within which projects will be funded.
In the autumn we will give further information on the timetable and tips for planning your project.