Representatives of the Programme countries around the Baltic Sea are gathering this week for the 3rd Monitoring Committee meeting in Malmö. They will approve project applications that are likely to bring about a positive change to the Baltic Sea Region by making the region more innovative, more sustainable or better connected. Further topics on the agenda are decisions on Programme support to the coordination of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, an update of the Programme Manual and a discussion on the procedures and timeline of the second call for projects.
Applicants can find the list of approved projects on Friday, 20 November on interreg-baltic.eu. The projects will start their implementation in early 2016.