Bilateral cooperation

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At the Board meeting in Malbork on January 28th 2015 the important task of how to work in the future in order to attract present and new members was discussed. It was underlined that a number of valuable achievements – diamonds – have been performed over the years, e.g. summer camps, books published, photo exhibitions, travel fairs, workshops for professionals, bilateral cooperation and many added values through established contacts. The bilateral cooperation is very important and all members are kindly asked to report on-going Baltic Sea Region projects – name of project, parties involved and contact persons – to the secretary In order encourage more cooperation all bilateral projects will be presented here.


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