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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

15 January 2014 Year 2013 in Retrospect by ENPI Estonia-Latvia-Russia CBC Programme

The start of a year is a good time to look back, summarise the achievements and works done in last year and to draw a list of wishes and objectives for a new year. Year 2013 for the ENPI Estonia-Latvia-Russia Programme has been fruitful, rich of events and valuable meetings, as well new challenges. Programme has reached the new phase and first significant results of previous year’s works have become visible. Four projects out of 50 have successfully finalised its planned activities and are drawing final reports. Read more

13 January 2014 VIA HANSEATICA: Finally Via Hanseatica route is ready - visit Russia, Estonia and Latvia in one go! VIA HANSEATICA: Finally Via Hanseatica route is ready - visit Russia, Estonia and Latvia in one go!

International tourism route Via Hanseatica is officially launched at this year’s MATKA - the largest travel industry fair in Northern Europe. It is for the first time ever that Russia, Estonia and Latvia are joined into one tourism route leading from St. Petersburg, Russia through Estonia to Riga, Latvia.  Travelling on Via Hanseatica means fun for families, culture to greet and people to meet, and last but not least – adventure in nature, all this accompanied by tasty and fresh authentic food. Via Hanseatica welcomes travellers all year round with long sandy beaches and untouched nature to explore in summer, winter sports and ice-fishing to be tried in winter. Read more

9 January 2014 Programme website – most preferred source of information

Communication Questionnaire, which was distributed to the public in the end of the year 2013 and 104 respondents shared opinions and provided feedback shows that Programme website is most popular source of information among 83% of Project implementers and stakeholders. For search of information Implementation section (28%) together with Publications (23%) and News in national languages (17%) sections accordingly were chosen as most useful. However, website was not the first source how potential applicants got to know about the Programme in its early implementation stage. People to people contacts and local, regional and national authorities played the main role to spread the information. Read more

7 January 2014 Recruitment of a Project Manager with Russian language for the Joint Technical Secretariat in Riga for terminated period

Estonia - Latvia - Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme within ENPI 2007-2013 is looking for a Project Manager with Russian language for work at the Joint Technical Secretariat in Riga, Latvia for the period while employee is on maternity leave. The successful candidate will be expected to commence the work starting from end February / March 2014. The deadline for applying is Monday, 20 January, 2014. Read more

3 January 2014 Latvia becomes the 18th Member State to adopt the euro Latvia becomes the 18th Member State to adopt the euro

Latvia adopted euro on 1 January 2014 - on the 15th anniversary of the launch of the euro in 1999 – 18 Member States and 333 million Europeans are sharing now the same currency. This is a major achievement for Latvia and for the euro area as a whole. Latvians have started withdrawing euro cash and paying for their purchases in euro. This has been made possible thanks to thorough preparations ahead of the introduction of the single currency. European Commission President José Manuel Barroso said: "I am delighted to welcome Latvia as the eighteenth member of the euro area. This is a major event, not only for Latvia, but for the euro area itself, which remains stable, attractive and open to new members. For Latvia, it is the result of impressive efforts and the unwavering determination of the authorities and the Latvian people. Thanks to these efforts, undertaken in the aftermath of a deep economic crisis, Latvia will enter the euro area stronger than ever, sending an encouraging message to other countries undergoing a difficult economic adjustment. On behalf of the European Commission and myself, I offer my sincere congratulations to Latvia and best wishes for the future." Read more

30 December 2013 Colourful Brochure reflects on Programme’s Strategic Support to Near Border Areas

2nd Brochure of the Estonia-Latvia-Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme has been produced by the very end of the year 2013. Five Large Scale Projects are introduced within the book consisting of 112 colourful pages and reflecting present achievements, intermediate and expected final results. Large Scale Projects will finalise their activities by the end of the 2014. Apart the English as the official language of the Programme, this brochure includes sections also in Estonian, Latvian and Russian with an aim to reach more readers in each participating country of the Programme. Read more

30 December 2013 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Dear Friends and Partners of Cross-border Cooperation Programme Estonia-Latvia-Russia! The Programme sends you the compliments and warmest greetings of the season! We heartily thank you for your kind cooperation in the past year and wish you inspiration, prosperity and success in the comming year 2014! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!  Read more

27 December 2013 Positive feedback from project implementers received via Communication Questionnaire

In order to get feedback on communication activities carried out starting from 2010, the Estonia-Latvia-Russia CBC ENPI Programme has performed the in-depth satisfaction survey among the project implementers in mid-December 2013. This survey was prepared and performed as analytical investigation based on data collected via the on-line questionnaire in four languages. Answers in 86% were provided by the project performers, in 9 % by general public and in 6% by representatives of the Programme’s bodies. In total, 104 responds from Estonia, Latvia and Russia were collected and analysed. Read more

20 December 2013 8th Newsletter of the Programme – read on-line!

By concluding the year 2013, the Joint Technical Secretariat has produced 8th Programme Newsletter. This year was marked with ambitious two day Annual Event in Sigulda, Latvia in the first half of the year and three tree planting activities in Estonia, Latvia and Russia within the communication action - European Cooperation Day 2013 in the second half. Further, in this issue the Joint Technical Secretariat is continuing thematic capitalization within the Priority I and Programme’s support to the development of the transport infrastructure and ICT is reflected  by Project managers. Read more

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