South Baltic Programme at European Parliament seminar on future of Interreg
On 2nd March 2016 the South Baltic Programme will be invited to take part in a seminar on how to make ‘Interreg’ instrument an even better tool for cooperation. Organised by the MEPs from the European People’s Party the seminar will start a discussion about the place of Interreg within the framework of post-2020 Cohesion Policy. The seminar will comprise an number of representatives from the European Commission, Committee of the Regions and cross-border cooperation platforms. The South Baltic Programme will be represented by Mr Thorsten Kohlisch, Head of Joint Secretariat.
Please follow this link for the agenda of the seminar.