Last modified: June 11, 2020

Interreg 30 years together

11/06/2020

All along 2020, the Interreg community celebrates 30 years of Interreg and cooperation in all its shapes. As the second pillar of the Cohesion policy, Interreg is at the heart of the European spirit because it encourages regions and countries to tackle challenges they can solve only by working together.

Starting with this year, ENI CBC Black Sea Basin Programme joined the Interreg community.

The celebrations of Interreg’s 30th anniversary focusses on three main topics: We all have a Neighbour; Youth and Green and Climate Neutral Europe. An exhibition has been prepared to bring to life the “stories of people working, acting and cooperating…TOGETHER FOR ALL OF US.”

In the room Green and Climate Neutral Europe you will find exhibited the project Zero Waste Strategy for Good Environmental Status (ZEWSGES, BSB257) funded by ENI CBC Black Sea Basin Programme.  

Take the virtual tour here.


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