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10 February 2014 Increasing the visibility of the Programme and its supported Projects

20 new Project roll-up stands to support the Programme visibility have been produced in January 2014 and are distributed to the 2nd Call Projects during Programme events in February 2014. Characterising photos, overall objectives and financial allocations, as well links to the Project information in Internet are displayed in roll-up stands and serves as evidence of the idea of the Project. Read more

10 February 2014 INFROM: Project results and input into forecasting of natural disasters appreciated by stakeholders INFROM: Project results and input into forecasting of natural disasters appreciated by stakeholders

On 6 February 2014 the Final Conference of the Project “Integrated Intelligent Platform for Monitoring the Cross-Border Natural-Technological Systems” (INFROM), was held in Riga, Latvia. The conference was dedicated to presenting the results of project scientific and research activities. Read more

3 February 2014 HERITAGE BUSINESS: Seminar for Pechory entrepreneurs on cross-border business opportunities. HERITAGE BUSINESS: Seminar for Pechory entrepreneurs on cross-border business opportunities.

On 31 January the seminar “Business-opportunities for the entrepreneurs in Latvia was organized by the Project “Promoting the use of cultural heritage and resources in product development in border areas” (Business Heritage) in Pechory, Russia. Read more

31 January 2014 TOUR: 19 recreation places near lakes of Latgale created within the project received high interest from Lithuanians TOUR: 19 recreation places near lakes of Latgale created within the project received high interest from Lithuanians

From 24 to 26 January Latgale planning region took part in the Iinternational tourism fair ADVENTUR 2014 in the capital of Lithuania Vilnius in the framework of the activities of the Programme’s supported project "Tour". Newly issued travel guide „Latgale unites!” and recreation places near lakes and water bodies were of highest interest for the people of the neighbouring country. Project "Tour" presented 19 new recreation places in Latgale created within project activities. Read more

28 January 2014 Thematic seminars significantly improve the quality of project implementation

Thematic seminars are the most acknowledged and useful events and form of support show answers by 104 respondents of the Communication Questionnaire, performed by the Joint Technical Secretariat of the Programme in the end of the year 2013. Project Managers, Financial Experts, Auditors, Communication experts of Beneficiaries and Partners of Projects supported within the Programme were gathered in 14 seminars in Estonia, Latvia and Russia during year 2013.  Joint Technical Secretariat organized 2-day seminars in each country and invited all partners of the Project to come together for networking and with an aim to strengthen partnerships. Read more

24 January 2014 Closure of Projects and Demonstration of Achievements – planned Events of the Programme in 2014

In accordance with the Information and Visibility Plan of the Programme for the year 2014, which was approved by the Joint Monitoring Committee of the Programme on 11 December 2013, several Events will be organized by the Joint Technical Secretariat of the Programme in Estonia, Latvia and Russia in the year 2014.  In the first half of the year 3 identical 2-day seminars related to the closure of Projects and Final Reporting will be organized in Estonia, Latvia and Russia. Read more

24 January 2014 VIA HANSEATICA: Finnish tourists get interested in trip planner of VH tourism route VIA HANSEATICA: Finnish tourists get interested in trip planner of VH tourism route

During the biggest Nordic tourism fair “Matka 2014” in Helsinki (Finland) from 16 to 19 January the unique tourism route Via Hansetica was opened. Bright colours and informative stand using modern tools – website www.viahanseatica.info and trip planner   travel.viahanseatica.info provided opportunity to introduce colourful tourism offer through three countries – Russia, Estonia and Latvia.  Finnish public was especially attracted by the trip planner of Via Hanseatica, as it is very good source of information for individual travellers, as well as for tour operators, enabling to prepare the high-quality travel plan Read more

20 January 2014 First mobile project of the Programme - website in responsive design

At the very end of the year 2013 Programme website together with several other improvements got its mobile version, applicable for the phones and tablets and connecting automatically if logged into the website. Straight from the phones and tablets anybody can access Programme and Project News, Events and Contacts in mobile friendly way. To be noted - on-line registration to the events has become mobile friendly too. Functionality of Project and Gallery sections has been increased substantially. Social media like Twitter has been integrated and easy to follow.  
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17 January 2014 AAC: Seminar on ancient jewelry in Cēsis, Latvia AAC: Seminar on ancient jewelry in Cēsis, Latvia

On January 15, pupils from Aluksnes district went to the ancient jewelery forge. The seminar was organized for the pupils, who have an active interest and understanding of history.
The jeweler Daumants Kalnins for the first time in the history of the experimental archeology made the ancient jewelry the object of scientific research and experiments Read more

16 January 2014 Forget a Hurry: Art recognizes no borders Forget a Hurry: Art recognizes no borders

At the end of the year 2014, a very special cross-border art exhibition started its journey.  The exhibition was created within the project ELRII-359 “Forget a Hurry” of Estonia – Latvia – Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme reflecting vivid works of young people from Vilani and Karsava (Latvia) and Shlisselburg (Russia). Read more

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