ETCP projects 2014-2020

ETCP projects 2014-2020


European Territorial Cooperation Programs 2014–2020 (INTERREG V) are oriented towards eliminating obstacles for communication and cooperation while seeking to reach the common goals, help to solve common to all EU Member states regional problems, to share ideas and experience.

Over 10 billion euros from European Regional Development Fund have been allocated for implementation of all INTERREG V programs in EU countries.

Lithuanian public administration institutions and entities, other public institutions and non – governmental organizations are provided the possibility to take participation in seven INTERREG V projects. The Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania coordinates the implementation of these programs in Lithuania.

Within the period of 2005-2007 Klaipeda State Seaport Authority participated in 9 financed by EU  transport programs in the framework of INTERREG  III and in 2007-2013 – already in 12 projects.

Successful participation in these projects encouraged the Seaport Authority to participated further  in European Territorial Cooperation Programmes for  the co- financing of the projects within the period of  2014-2020 .

Title and acronymof the project

Aim of the project anddescription of activities

Name of the program, project logos

#R026, GCP (Green Cruise Port)

To promote investments to ecological and environmentally friendly infrastructure and suprastructure of the Baltic Sea region cruise seaports.

 

 

 

 

 

#R022, EMMA (Enhancing freight Mobility and logistics by strengthening inland waterway and river sea transport and proMoting new internAtional shipping services)

To enhance the competitiveness of inland  water and river transport while decreasing the expenditures per transport unit.

 

 



#R023, HAZARD ("Mitigating the effects of emergencies in Baltic Sea Region ports")

HAZARD project aims at mitigating the effects of emergencies in major seaports in the Baltic Sea Region.
Main activities of Klaipeda State Seaport is to develop and implement an information system for control of dangerous and polluting cargo.

For more information about project HAZARD, visit its website at https://blogit.utu.fi/hazard/

Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020

 

#STHB.03.01.00-DE-0133/17, Connect2SmallPorts (South Baltic Small Ports as Gateways towards Integrated Sustainable European Transport System and Blue Growth by Smart Connectivity Solutions)

Information updated 2019-01-21
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