Forum Strategov 2019
Location Park Inn by Radisson Pribaltiyskaya Hotel, St Petersburg, Korablestroiteley str. 14
The lead partner State Archaeology Department of Schleswig-Holstein of the project BalticRIM and the Russian project partner Atlantic Branch of the P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Sciences present the project and its interim results during the Forum Strategov 2019.
Partners from Russia are involved in 43 out of 88 ongoing projects of Interreg Baltic Sea Region, covering all three Programme priorities: capacity for innovation, sustainable transport and management of natural resources.
- Priority 1, “CAPACITY FOR INNOVATION”, offers support for e.g. development of innovation infrastructures, implementation of smart specialisation strategies and development of non-technological innovations.
- Priority 2, “EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES”, highlights the need to manage natural resources more efficiently. Resource efficient blue growth, renewable energy sources, energy efficiency and clear waters are areas that receive support.
- Priority 3 concentrates on “SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT”. Here projects covering themes such as interoperability, accessibility of remote areas, maritime safety, environmentally friendly shipping and urban mobility are supported.
Over 480 partner organizations from all Baltic Sea countries are included in international projects with Russian participation with a total budget of EUR 97 million.