The programme monitoring committee has approved the eligibility assessment of 170 project proposals submitted in the fourth call for proposals. 31 projects were found to be ineligible. We are happy that over 80% of the applications received were eligible to go forward for quality assessment.
All ineligible lead applicants have received a message from us explaining the reasons that their project proposal was declared ineligible.
We plan to finalise the entire quality assessment in early 2019 and expect our monitoring committee to approve the results of the fourth call in late March.
Finland holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from 1 July to 31 December 2019. See how the country is involved in Interreg Europe.
The annual implementation report 2018 is available. Here are the key highlights.
Read our latest article on page 43 in this 2019 summer edition of Panorama.
Interested in knowing how to help cities and regions cooperate and learn from each other? Join us for this workshop to see how we can support you!
Join us for a participatory lab during #EURegionsWeek to discuss and discover how we can reduce food waste and turn it into a resource.
Come and visit our stand in the #EURegionsWeek Agora Village! We'll be present throughout the week (7-10 October).