The Interreg IPA II cross-border cooperation programme Greece – Albania 2014-2020 is the outcome of a programming process guided by the “Joint Programming Committee” established for the preparation of the Interreg IPA II cross-border cooperation programme. The overall strategy of Interreg IPA II cross-border cooperation programme Greece – Albania 2014-2020 is to find the balance between sustainable regional development and enhancement of cross-border cooperation among local population & regional institutions, in accordance with EU & national policies, in order to address common challenges through joint interventions.
The total budget allocated to the Programme (according to the 2nd Modification) is €54.076.734,00, out of which €45.965.222,00 (85%) is Union Support and the €8.111.512,00 (15%) the National Counterpart.
The overall strategy of the Interreg IPA CBC Programme “Greece – Albania 2014 – 2020” is to find the balance between sustainable regional development and enhancement of cross-border cooperation among local population and regional institutions, in accordance with EU and national policies, in order to address common challenges through joint interventions.
The Programme Area
The eligible cross-border area spreads from the Ionian Sea to the Prespa Lakes. Especially, the eligible area of the Programme consists of the Regional Units of Grevena, Kastoria, Florina, Arta, Thesprotia, Ioannina, Preveza, Zakynthos, Corfu, Kefallinia and Lefkada in Greece and the Regions of Vlorë, Gjirokastër, Korçë and Berat in Albania.
The Interreg IPA II cross-border cooperation programme “Greece-Albania 2014 – 2020” cross-border eligible area is implemented within the area .The eligible cross-border area covers 28,526 km² (17.445 km2 for Greece cross-border area and 11.081 km2 for Albania cross- border area) with a total population of 1,339,804 inhabitants (729.687 inhabitants for Greece cross-border area and 610.117 inhabitants for Albania cross- border area) (census data of 2011). The Project Beneficiaries are all national authorities with operations across the two countries. However, all deliverables will concern the eligible area of the programme.
This Communication Plan has been drafted to understand the needs of the project “Traditional Breakfast of the C/B area: Branding Scheme and Mobile Application for the preservation and promotion of common traditional gastronomy” with acronym “CBTB” and based on these, to list all the actions which are proposed.
The Project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and by national funds of the countries participating in the Interreg IPA II “Greece-Albania 2014-2020” Cooperation Programme.
This webpage has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The contents of the webpage are sole responsibility of Chamber of Grevena and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union, the participating countries the Managing Authority and the Joint Secretariat.
The Cooperation Programme INTERREG IPA II «Greece-Albania 2014-2020» is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and national funds of the countries partcipating in it