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LT-PL-RU 2007-2013 Programme news

TRANSFORMATION OF THE MINISTRY OF INFRASTRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF POLAND

2015-12-28
Please be informed that on December 7th, 2015 the Ministry of Infrastructure and  Development  was transformed into the Ministry of  Economic Development.
The Ministry also changed its seat. The current address of the Ministry of  Economic Development  is:
Pl. Trzech Krzyży 3/5
00-507 Warsaw
Poland

LT-PL-RU 2007-2013 Projects news

CHEMISTRY LESSONS AT WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN SKIRSNEMUNĖ TOWN

2015-11-17
On 11 November 2015 pupils from the Skirsnemunė Jurgis Baltrušaitis Basic School of the Jurbarkas District visited the waste water treatment plant in Skirsnemunė for the first time. The waste water treatment plant was equipped during the implementation of the Large Scale Project No ILPR.01.01.01-72-001/10-00 „Ecological improvement of the river Neman – construction of waste water collection and treatment infrastructure in Skirsnemunė town in Jurbarkas district (Lithuania) and in Neman city (Russia)“.

PL-RU 2014-2020 Programme news

PUBLIC HEARINGS OF DRAFT OF THE JOINT OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR THE POLAND-RUSSIA CROSS-BORDER COOPERATION PROGRAMME 2014-2020

2016-05-06
The Ministry of Economic Development acting as Managing Authority and Joint Technical Secretariat of the ENPI Cross-border Cooperation Programme Lithuania-Poland-Russian 2007-2013 would like to inform that the public hearings of draft of the Joint Operational Programme for the Poland-Russia Cross-Border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 started on 6th May 2016 and will last until 10th June 2016.

The aim of public hearings is to collect opinions and remarks concerning solutions proposed within the Programme.

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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