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Cooperation Programme of the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020 (As of 21 May 2014)

Paper title Cooperation Programme of the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020 (As of 21 May 2014)
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Paper PDF Document Final version of Cooperation P...5-2014_CLEAN (1).pdf
Author (title, first name, last name) BSR Joint Programming Committee
Thematic area Other area(s)
Summary Establishes the 2014-2020 Baltic Sea Region Programme.
Geographical area
  • Belarus
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Russia - Arkhangelsk Oblast
  • Russia - Kaliningrad Oblast
  • Russia - Karelia Republic
  • Russia - Komi Republic
  • Russia - Leningrad Oblast
  • Russia - Murmansk Oblast
  • Russia - Nenets AO
  • Russia - Novgorod Oblast
  • Russia - Pskov Oblast
  • Russia - St. Petersburg
  • Russia - Vologda Oblast
  • Sweden
Paper type Regional initiatives
Year last issued (for periodic publications, frequency) 2014
Publisher name (if the paper has not been published so far, write: Not published so far) BSR Joint Programming Committee
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Language of the linked paper English
Also available in other languages no data
Number of pages 155
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Last posted: on 2014-06-25 at 12:25:31

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