Programme

28.10.2019
4.B2
17.15-19.15
Information Seminar-Dialogue
The Baltic Sea Region: Russia-EU Transnational Cooperation Results and Perspectives

Summary

Partners from Russia are involved in 43 out of 88 ongoing projects of Interreg Baltic Sea Region, covering all three Programme priorities: capacity for innovation, sustainable transport and management of natural resources.
- Priority 1, “CAPACITY FOR INNOVATION”, offers support for e.g. development of innovation infrastructures, implementation of smart specialisation strategies and development of non-technological innovations.
- Priority 2, “EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES”, highlights the need to manage natural resources more efficiently. Resource efficient blue growth, renewable energy sources, energy efficiency and clear waters are areas that receive support.
- Priority 3 concentrates on “SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT”. Here projects covering themes such as interoperability, accessibility of remote areas, maritime safety, environmentally friendly shipping and urban mobility are supported.
Over 480 partner organizations from all Baltic Sea countries are included in international projects with Russian participation with a total budget of EUR 97 million.
Cooperation is all about trust
Without trust, it is impossible to build a successful partnership. Russian partners have established strong cooperation ties with partners from Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Germany, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Denmark, Norway, contributing to achievement of a common goal: more innovative, better accessible and sustainable Baltic Sea region.
The Ministry of Economic Development of Russia jointly with the Russian National Sub-Committee are actively working to expand Russian participation in the Programme and support Russian organizations in achieving high results of joint project activities, taking into account strategic sustainable development goals for constituent entities of Russia and the North-West Federal District as a whole.
The discussion will be focused on the first results achieved, as well as on the opportunities and cooperation areas between Russian regions and BSR EU partners in the next programme period.

Organizers: Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, Russian National Sub-Committee of the INTERREG Baltic Sea Region Programme, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, INTERREG Baltic Sea Region Programme Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat, St. Petersburg Committee for External Relations, ICSER Leontief Centre

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Reporters

Kolosova Elena, Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme. Project Officer/Advisor for External Cooperation

The Baltic Sea Region: Russia-EU Transnational Cooperation Results and Perspectives

Kapyrin Igor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. Deputy Director, Department of European Cooperation

Welcome Address

Somoza Alexander, European External Action Service. Policy Officer

Welcome Address

Rantama Eeva, Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme. Team Leader Project Unit

Welcome Address

Karelina Irina, ICSER Leontief Centre. Director-General

Welcome Address

Fabisiak Beata, Poznan University of Life Sciences. Associate professor

BaltSe@nior 2.0 / Innovative solutions to support BSR in providing more seniorfriendly public spaces due to increased capacity of BSR companies and public institutions

Kuprienko Igor, ITMO University. Project Development Division

BaltSe@nior 2.0 / Innovative solutions to support BSR in providing more senior - friendly public spaces due to increased capacity of BSR companies and public institutions

Hogeforster Max, Baltic Sea Academy. Chairman of the Hanse-Parlament and Baltic Sea Academy

INBETS BSR / Innovative Business Transfer Models for SMEs in the BSR

Balanev Maxim, St. Petersburg Foundation for SME Development. Executive director

INBETS BSR / Innovative Business Transfer Models for SMEs in the BSR

Dorer Conrad, German Environment Agency. Scientific Employee

EcoDesign Circle 4.0 / Ecodesign as Driver of Innovation in the BSR

Lebedeva Marina, Medina Art Ltd. General Manager

EcoDesign Circle 4.0 / Ecodesign as Driver of Innovation in the BSR

Mikkola Minna, University of Helsinki, Ruralia Institute. Senior Researcher

StratKIT / Innovative Strategies for Public Catering: Sustainability Toolkit across Baltic Sea Region

Slav Julia, Council of municipalities of Saint Petersburg. Deputy executive director

StratKIT / Innovative Strategies for Public Catering: Sustainability Toolkit across Baltic Sea Region

Niinikoski Eija-Riitta, University of Oulu, Kerttu Saalasti Institute. Development Manager

BSUIN / Baltic Sea Underground Innovation Network

Shekov Kirill, Karelian Research Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Research Associate, Institute of Geology

BSUIN / Baltic Sea Underground Innovation Network

Alkaersig Jensen Nina, Symbiosis Center Denmark. Senior Project Manager

BIS / Baltic Industrial Symbiosis

Lomagin Nikita, International Consortium "Saint-Petersburg Cleantech Cluster for Urban Environment". Expert “TYREMAN GROUP” LLC

BIS / Baltic Industrial Symbiosis

Knieling Joerg, HafenCity University Hamburg. Professor / Head of Institute

AREA 21 / Baltic Smart City Areas for the 21st century

Nurulin Yury, Peter the Great Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic University. Professor

AREA 21 / Baltic Smart City Areas for the 21st century

Zwick Daniel, State Archaeology Department of Schleswig-Holstein (ALSH). BalticRIM-Project coordinator of Schleswig-Holstein

BalticRIM / Baltic Sea Region Integrated Maritime Cultural Heritage Management

Lappo Andrei, Institute of Maritime Spatial Planning Ermak Northwest. Director

BalticRIM / Baltic Sea Region Integrated Maritime Cultural Heritage Management

Andreeva Mariia, Union of the Baltic Cities Sustainable Cities Commission. Project Officer

BSR WATER / Platform on Integrated Water Cooperation

Bobyleva Natalia, State Company "Mineral". Deputy director for international cooperation and environmental education

BSR WATER / Platform on Integrated Water Cooperation

Schubert Andreas, Hanseatic City of Rostock. Urban and regional development expert/strategist, project and programm developer/manager

cities.multimodal / Urban transport system in transition towards low carbon mobility

Kobyz Kristina, Pskov city Administration. Head of the Committee of Cross-border Cooperation and Tourism

cities.multimodal / Urban transport system in transition towards low carbon mobility

Pontynen Riitta, University of Turku. Senior Project Manager

CSHIPP / Clean Shipping Project Platform

Pitirimov Nikolai, International Consortium "Saint-Petersburg Cleantech Cluster for Urban Environment". Member of Board of Directors

CSHIPP / Clean Shipping Project Platform

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