Interreg Alpenrhein-Bodensee-Hochrhein (DE / AT / CH / FL)

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INTERREG is a regional programme of the European Union (EU) for the advancement of cross-border cooperation in which also non-EU states can participate. The means are provided by the European Fund for Regional Development (EFRD), one of the structural funds of the EU that finances the objective “European Territorial Cooperation” (ETC). Its task is the elimination of inequality between the different regions and the strengthening of the economic, social and territorial cohesion within the EU.

Over EUR 39.5 million of EU funding is supplemented by EUR 11.7 million of state funding from Switzerland as well as contributions from the Principality of Liechtenstein, with a total funding of EUR 51 million. The objectives of the program are more competitiveness, innovation, employment and education. At the same time, environmental, energy and transport issues are being addressed. Research and innovation, more energy efficiency and greater use of renewable energies are an additional focus.

In addition, the common natural and cultural heritage, particularly on Lake Constance and the Rhine, is to become even more attractive.

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