Interreg Atlantic Area Annual Event 2014-2020
This initiative highlighted the important contribution of the Programme for the development of the Atlantic regions
The Managing Authority of the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme and the Agência para o Desenvolvimento e Coesão, holding the Programme Presidency for 2022, organised the programme annual event “Looking at cooperation results, seeing the impact on the Atlantic regions”, last 28th of September, in Viana do Castelo, Portugal.
In this event we addressed the results achieved by the programme and, in particular, by a set of projects (AYCH, PRIMROSE, IN4.O, CAPITEN, ARCWIND, HYLANTIC, MYCOAST, TRAILGAZERS), thus highlighting the role and importance of cooperation in the implementation of innovative strategies and good practices that contribute to the sustainable growth of the Atlantic regions. This initiative was also a great opportunity to meet partners and other relevant Atlantic actors.
Published on: 2022-09-08
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