European Cooperation Day 2016
Let's celebrate territorial cooperation in Europe!
European Cooperation Day is celebrated on 21 September 2016 and the surrounding weeks, to promote the achievements of territorial cooperation in European regions. On average, EC Day is celebrated by over 50 programmes, with more than 170 local events being held in 30 to 35 countries each year, with the participation of several Interreg and ENI programmes and coordinated by Interact. 2016 will be the 5th consecutive EC Day campaign, supported by the European Commission, European Parliament and Committee of the Regions. Check out the European Cooperation Day website to join a local event near you and watch the promotional video: .
Published on: 2016-09-14
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