ERB Executive Board & Annual Stakeholders meeting in Karlskrona

Under the presidency of Bornholms Regionskommune the 8 members of Euroregion Baltic keep on celebrating 25 years of cooperation.
On 15th May the ERB Executive Board 2nd meeting was hosted by Region Blekinge in Karlskrona.
The ERB President, Mr Mikeal Benzon, the Euroregion Baltic Executive Board and Euroregion Baltic Youth Board concluded the day with many issues on the agenda:
?establishment of the ERB EGTC
?European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation
?establishment of a Task Force for energy and circular economy
The participants of the meeting also had some interesting discussions in the joint political dialogue on youth and democracy with inspiration from Council of the Baltic Sea States , Region Blekinge and KulturCrew.
On 16th May, following the Euroregion Baltic Executive Board meeting, Region Blekinge hosted another great event – the Annual ERB Stakeholders meeting.
The conference ‘Baltic Sea Power for Regional Green Growth’ gathered some 60 participants from seven countries to talk about:
?multi-level cooperation
?new opportunities for business and jobs in our regions
The event was coorganized by EUSBSR PA coordinators for Education and Bioeconomy and the 8 member regions of Euroregion Baltic.
Trying to conclude the intense agenda we where presented:
?Region Blekinge vision and potential to grow
?Bornholm energy hub
?Euroregion Baltic potential to join forces
?the big picture of how the EUSBSR strategy work in practice
?highlights of the swedish year for EUSBSR strategy presidency 2022/2023
? and finally several examples for business potential bioeconomy and off-shore wind energy in our regions.
A big thank you to all our speakers and participants who made this day special!
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