EU Strategy for Baltic Sea

2008-11-28 VASAB non-paper

Go to this link to the VASAB non-paper for the territorial dimension of the EU Baltic Sea Region Strategy. This non-paper reflects on the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region seen from the perspective of the work in VASAB done so far based on the outcomes of analytical work during the preparation of the Long Term Perspective […]

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2008-11-24 Position by Euroregion Baltic

As a result of the process initiated in June and involving all stakeholders of the ERB cooperation, the ERB Council passed the resolution containing its contribution towards the consultation on the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. Please read here.

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2008-11-17 UBC Position

Union of the Baltic Cities has adopted their postion paper towards the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, to be read here.

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2008-10-21 Warmia and Mazury

The Polish region of Warmia and Mazuy has just adopted its position paper towards the EU strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.

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2008-10-20 BaltMet position

Baltic Metropoles network (BaltMet) representing 11 capitals and metropolitan cities around the Baltic Sea (Berlin, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Malmö, Oslo, Riga, Stockholm, St.Petersburg, Tallinn, Vilnius and Warsaw) have announced their position towards the EU strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, accompanied by an inventory of projects implmented within their cooperation.

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2008-10-13 Joint Paper of 6 Baltic organisations

Following the first presentation of the  Joint Paper (drafted by BSSSC, B7, BDF, Euroregion Baltic, CPMR Baltic Sea Commission and UBC) to the Head of Territorial Cooperation Unit at DG Regio, Mr Colin Wolfe, the six Baltic organisations have decided to continue their cooperation on the document. During the working meeting on 9th October (held […]

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2008-10-03 Inauguration of the debate on the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

The EU Commission and the County Administrative Board of Stockholm hosted the first official Stakeholder Conference in relation to the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, in Stockholm 30 September. The Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt were one of the speakers at the conference. You will find more clicking on this link: BDF website

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2008-09-26 Contribution from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

In the course of discussions on the Baltic Sea Strategy Mecklenburg-Vorpommern has presented its contribution. You can read the paper in English and German.

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Danish Non-Paper

You can read the non-paper presented by the Danish government here.

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2008-09-23 A new Strategy website launched

Polish Office of the Committee for European Integration (UKIE) has launched a special website devoted exclusively to the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. Pleas, go to: UKIE Website

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