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Latvia–Lithuania Programme carries out a satisfaction survey of the project implementers
25.01.2013
With the aim of receiving the proposals for improvement of Latvia–Lithuania Cross Border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013 and simplification of implementation terms during the planning period for 2014-2020, the Programme organizes the in-depth satisfaction survey of the project implementers.

Both Latvia and Lithuania have expressed a wish to cooperate in the planning period for 2014–2020, and in order to commence the Programme preparatory works of the next period in time, it is essential to understand the assessment of the project implementers on preceding operating efficiency of the Programme, the activities of the authorities involved in the Programme management and the requirements of the project implementation. 

„Our aim is to provide the administration of the client-oriented programme contributing to successful and convenient preparation and implementation of Latvia-Lithuania programme projects, therefore we are looking forward to the responsiveness  of the project performers in order to summarize and use the received proposals in development of a new Latvia–Lithuania programme after 2013,” Iruma Kravale said, a director of the Development Instruments Department of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development.

Latvia–Lithuania Cross Border Cooperation Programme for 2007-2013 is one of the programmes of the “European Territorial Cooperation” of the European Union funds the aim of which is to contribute to the development of the bordering regions in Latvia and Lithuania making the regions more attractive to live and visit.

Within the framework of the period 2007-2013 in total 116 projects (EUR 60 million) have been approved and are currently implemented, that involves more than 500 projects partners in Latvia and Lithuania.

The bordering territories of the Programme in Latvia are Kurzeme, Zemgale, Latgale, in its turn in Lithuania – Klaipeda, Telsiai, Siauliai, Panevezys, Utena, as well as Kaunas as an additional territory. The Managing Authority of the programme is the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development in Latvia.

You are invited to fill in the questionnaire till 10 February 2013 here>.

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