Removing economic, social and spatial differences and promoting the coalescence of Europe – these are the objectives of the European structural policy. In the context of the European Territorial Cooperation programs (INTERREG V B) the EU supports transnational projects helping to reduce these disparities and supporting territorial cohesion.
The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure supports German project partners in developing project applications and in raising national co-finance. The revised application packages including guidelines for applicants will be published in mid-June 2014.
The next deadline for the submission of preliminary projects is 25 July 2014 and the cut-off date for co-financing projects is scheduled for 17 October 2014.
More information about the Federal funding program are available under:
and from the middle of June 2014 respectively under: