Another step closer to South Baltic 2014-2020
Draft Cooperation Programme submitted to the European Commission
After the approval of the final draft of the South Baltic Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 by the Joint Programming Committee in October last year, the South Baltic community has reached another milestone on the programming pathway. In December 2014, the draft programme was officially submitted to the European Commission. The next decisive step towards the first call for proposals will follow within the next three months which is the time for observations by the European Commission.
A reader-friendly version of the draft cooperation programme is available here»