Annual Event of the ENPI Estonia-Latvia-Russia cross border cooperation programme was held on 3-4 June in Pavlovsk and Gatchina, Russia gathering a number of policy makers, representatives of member states, projects, international organisations and other stakeholders. Among them also the project “Cross Border E-archives” that was represented by the lead partner “Culture information systems centre” and two other partners – the National Archives of Latvia and St. Petersburg State Unitary Enterprise “St. Petersburg Information and Analytical Centre”.
During the two day programme participants witnessed the opening of the Grand Cascade in Pavlovsk Park. The Grand Cascade was restored within one of the ENPI CBC projects “Two pearls of the landscape parks in Eastern Europe”.
In the conference “Joint solutions for the benefit of Estonia, Latvia and Russia border regions!”, which was held in Gatchina on the second day of the event, several plenary sessions were included – “Development of the border-crossing and logistics in the Programme area”, “Encouraging business and entrepreneurship – success stories”, “Cross border cooperation for future – benefits for children and prospects of future cross border cooperation programmes”. The conference showed the results that have been achieved in the spheres of tourism and technology development, as well in people-to-people cooperation with several presentations of successful cooperation projects, as well as through a visual exhibition „Children in projects focus”.
Information is prepared by
Ilma Elsberga, public relation specialist of the Project “Cross Border E-archive”
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