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CROSS-BORDER CO-OPERATION PROGRAMME REPUBLIC OF POLAND SLOVAK REPUBLIC 2007 - 2013

The global objective of programme is the intensification of Polish-Slovak co-operation based on the partnership contributing to sustainable development of the border area.

The specific objectives for co-operation in the cross-border region:

  • the development of Polish-Slovak partnership co-operation within the range of improvement of the cross border infrastructure condition oriented towards spatial integration, better accessibility and attractiveness for inhabitants, investors and tourists
  • the promote of Polish-Slovak partnership co-operation for sustainable social-economic, environmental and cultural development of the Polish - Slovak cross border region
  • to promote local initiatives and establish cross-border contacts through implementation of microprojects based on people to people actions.

ELIGIBLE AREA

  • Poland - 3 subregions (NUTS III): bielsko-bialski, nowosądecki, krośnieńsko-przemyski and 4 poviats (NUTS IV): oświęcimski (krakowsko-tarnowski subregion), pszczyński (central śląski subregion), rzeszowski and Rzeszów poviat (rzeszowsko-tarnobrzeski subregion)
  • Slovak Republic - 2 regions border (kraje - NUTS III): Žilinský, Prešovský.

PROGRAMME PRIORITIES

Priority 1: Development of cross-border infrastructure
Priority 2: Social and economic development
Priority 3: Supporting local intitiatives (micro-projects)
Priority 4: Technical assistance

BUDGET

Cross-border Co-operation Programme Republic of Poland - Slovak Republic 2007 - 2013 is co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). National co-financing is provided by partners and participants.

Total programme budget - 185 185 603 EUR, ERDF co-financing - 157 407 763 EUR.

Joint Managing Authority


Ministry of Infrastructure and Development
Territorial Cooperation Department

Wspolna 2/4 St.
00-926 Warsaw
Poland
Tel. 0-22 501 51 55
Fax. 0-22 501 51 56
www.mir.gov.pl

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