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Scandria Berlin Declaration submitted to European Commission and Parliament

Scandria Berlin Declaration submitted to European Commission and Parliament

Minister Jörg Vogelsänger and Senator Ingeborg Junge-Reiher have submitted the Scandria Berlin Declaration, signed by the project partners to high-level transport politicians at the European Commission and Parliament, like Commissioner Siim Kallas, Commissioner Johannes Hahn, the President of the European Parliament, Jerzy Buzek or the German Minister for Transport, Peter Ramsauer.

The Scandria Berlin Declaration sets new benchmarks for the international cooperation between the Baltic and the Adriatic Sea.

By promoting the link between the Nordic Triangle and the Trans-European priority axes no. 1 from Berlin to Palermo and no. 22 from Dresden to Athens, the Scandria partnership actively contributes to EU- and transnational strategies like Europe 2020, the EU Cohesion Policy, or the EU strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.

Through joint actions, the Scandria-Corridor should be promoted on the political level, further cooperation in transport and business should be developed and the establishment of a green transport corridor should be focused.

Download document: Scandria Berlin Declaration

Further information: www.scandriaproject.eu