Preparation of the Programme Document for Estonia-Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme 2021-2027 is nearing completion and we invite everyone interested to take part in the public hearing for the Estonia-Russia Cross Border Cooperation (CBC) Programme 2021-2027.
The aim of the public hearing is to collect comments and opinions concerning the future of Estonia-Russia CBC Programme, its draft Programme Document, proposed activities, indicators, etc. under each policy objective. The comments submitted within the hearings will be taken into consideration by the Joint Programming Committee, responsible for the preparation of the Estonia-Russia CBC Programme 2021-2027 and used for finalizing the PD.
In order to give the feedback to the Programme Document, please fill in the online survey feedback form by 6 January 2022. The comments can be given in all three languages: Estonian, Russian or English: https://forms.gle/fQuUFck8REhJrYMj6
On 16 December 2021, as a part of this process, Managing Authority and Joint Technical Secretariat organize a webinar where the main chapters of the Programme document will be presented and discussed with the participants.
To take part in the webinar please register till 14th December HERE.
Public hearing is open from 9 December 2021 until 6 January 2022 to the audience interested in the development of the content of the Estonia-Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme 2021-2027, especially Programme stakeholders and partners, including representatives of national and regional authorities, local municipalities, and their units, NGOs, universities, other institutions.
Draft Programme Document in English
Draft Programme Document in Estonian
Draft Programme Document in Russian
The aim of the Estonia-Russia CBC Programme 2021-2027 is to foster cross-border cooperation across the borders between the Republic of Estonia and the Russian Federation.
Announcement of public hearings in Estonian
Announcement of public hearings in Russian
The public hearing webinar presentation 16 December 2021
Questions and Answers from the public hearing webinar on 16 December 2021