The United Kingdom left the EU on 31 January 2020. The withdrawal agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union was ratified by both parties. Thanks to the agreement, Interreg Europe programme and its projects can continue as originally planned.
All UK partners received a letter from the UK representatives in Interreg Europe. The letter informed them about the consequences of the withdrawal agreement on their project implementation. You can find the letter here.
The EU published a set of questions and answers on the UK withdrawal at the following link.
On 21-23 January, our fourth call projects gathered in Budapest for a set of seminars helping them to get ready for the next steps of their project journey.
We celebrate 30 years of Interreg programmes in 2020.
Just a few weeks into the New Year (and a new decade), we take a look at what’s coming next in 2020.