EU Strategy for Baltic Sea

Strategy Events

On the European Commission website under this link you will find recent update on the latest and upcoming events related to the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. This link will take you to the key contacts involved in the Strategy.

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Forum – Europe’s macro-regions: Integration through territorial co-operation

The Committee of the Regions (CoR) invites interested regional representatives, experts and other stakeholders from existing and emerging 'macro-regions' to discuss issues related to strategy development and implementation and other themes of common interest at the CoR headquarters in Brussels (101 rue Belliard) on Tuesday, 13 April 2010. Please, find out more here.

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Priority Action: Tourism

State Chancellery of the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is the Coordinator of the Priority Area Tourism within the EU-Action Plan for the Baltic Sea Region. It has now taken its first steps to initiate the implementation process. Lead Partners for the relevant flagship projects had been found and a joint kick–off meeting took place in […]

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Towards the Implementation of the Strategy

On 16th November 2009 the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Polish Ambassador in Stokholm hosted a meeting of the heads of Polish embassies and consulates around the Baltic Sea Region with the aim of discussing multilateral context of the Polish foreign policy in the context of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. […]

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EU Baltic Sea Strategy adopted!

EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region was adopted at the European Council meeting in Brussels on 29-30 October 2009. Read more here.

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How will the Strategy impact the EU future?

Follow this link to find an interesting comment by Halldór Ásgrímsson, Secretary General of the Nordic Council of Ministers and Mr. Uffe Ellemann-Jensen, Chair of the Baltic Development Forum and a former Foreign Minister of Denmark (after EUobserver.com).

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Euroregion Baltic Seminar on the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

On 7th October 2009, in the Regional Office of Pomorskie Region in Brussels, a Euroregion Baltic seminar took place with the participation of Euroregion Baltic Executive Board, representatives of the BSSSC, UBS and Baltic 7 Islands, as well as invited guests representing Polish Permanent Representation to the EU, European Offices of London, Highlands & Islands, […]

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Euroregion Baltic and EU Strategy for Baltic Sea Region

The role of local and regional authorities was the subject of the seminar during Almedalsveckan on Gotland on 29th June 2009, organised by the regions of Blekinge, Kalmar and Södra Småland together with the SIDA unit on Gotland. More than 50 people participated in the seminar with contributions from inter alia Mr Anders Lindholm (DG […]

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2008-12-03 Joint position by six Baltic organisations finalised

Six Baltic organisations: BSSSC – Baltic Sea States Subregional Cooperation, B7 Baltic Islands Network, Euroregion Baltic, Baltic Development Forum, Baltic Sea Commission of the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions and Union of the Baltic Cities have finalised their joint position paper, including a governance proposal and list of flagship projects. On 1st December 2008 the documents were […]

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Second Polish Non-Paper

You can read the second non-paper presented by the Office of the Committee for European Integration in Poland here.

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