Looking into the future together

The Joint Programming Committee of the South Baltic Programme has started their work on the new programming perspective 2021-2027. 
Active and full of engagement discussions led to the establishment of the Joint Programming Committee (JPC), and the preparation of the socio-economic analysis of the region has begun. The Joint Secretariat, together with the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the professional services provider, will work on collecting data, conducting surveys and interviews with third parties of the Programme. Therefore, we rely on the support of the South Baltic stakeholders to design the new programming together.