On 13 May we welcomed a member of the European Parliament (MEP) Nadja Hirsch (ALDE) and the Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany Cornelia Pieper in our Joint Secretariat. We presented our guests an overview over the functioning of the Interreg South Baltic Programme and a selection of the many different South Baltic projects.
After presenting an overview over the functioning and realization of the European Territorial Cooperation in the Interreg South Baltic Programme, our guests were very interested to learn more about the aims of our many different projects. We were able to present a small selection of projects, e.g. Biking South Baltic, MORPHEUS, SEAPLANSPACE, JOHANN and CTCC.
We are very happy to have had this high political interest in our Programme!