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EUROPEAN COOPERATION RUN ATTRACTS 106 RUNNERS TO NIDA

2014-09-29
The Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013 took an active part in the record-breaking Nida Half Marathon Run on the 27th of September 2014. This was a part of European Cooperation Day celebration, taking place all over Europe.

The distance of 5,4 kilometres was named the European Cooperation Run. 106 runners from Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Latvia decided to compete in this distance. In total, 480 enthusiasts of healthy lifestyle took part in the 15th Nida Half Marathon. This number of participants is the new record of the traditional semi-marathon.

Projects' news

CURATOR FROM KALININGRAD TO PRESENT HIS EXHIBITION ″9000 KM″ IN KLAIPĖDA

2014-10-08
At 6 p.m. on Friday, October 10th, the Exhibition hall of Klaipėda Culture Communication Centre (KCCC) at Didžioji Vandens street, 2, is to open exhibition ″9000 km″ as part of the project ″Close Stranger″ (ILPR.02.02.00-96-002/10-00). The exhibition reviews a social and cultural panorama of Russia as the result of work that Yevgeny Umansky, Kaliningrad-based curator, has carried out over many years.

Strategic focus and objectives

The socio-economic analysis of the border region and the SWOT analysis have revealed that the most characteristic features of the Programme area are: an exclave character of the Kaliningrad region, a peripheral character of a majority (with few exceptions) of the Programme area's regions both from the European and the national perspective, as well as the existence of important developmental potentials hardly linked together. All those aforementioned problems and challenges, coupled with possible synergetic effects out of the more intensive co-operation, outline good opportunities to develop crossborder operations in the future among Lithuania Poland and Russia.



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