Interreg Euregio Meuse-Rhine

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The programme aims to eliminate obstacles and barriers to strengthening the potential of (and in) the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion.

Interreg Meuse-Rhine Euroregion finances cross-border projects with funds from the EU, the participating regions and from our programme’s sources, funds can also become available from project partners. Thanks to cross-border cooperation, the Interreg Meuse-Rhine Euregion program contributes to the quality of life of the approximately four million people living in the Euregion.

The four priorities are:
Social inclusion and training
Territorial development

An amount of 96 million euros is available from Europe for the programme. Since projects can be financed up to 70% with these ERDF  funds, the total size of the program will exceed 140 million euros. This is a major investment boost for the Meuse-Rhine Euregio.

Previous Interreg programs
The previous Interreg programs I (1990-1993), II (1994-1999), III (2000-2006) and IV (2007-2013) had the social domain, such as culture, health and tourism, as a priority. During the Interreg IV period (2007-2013) the emphasis shifted mainly to the economic theme. As a result, the Interreg V (current) programme, from 2014 to 2020, was launched with four new investment priorities.

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  • Gemeenschappelijk Secretariaat

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  • p/a Stichting Euregio Maas-Rijn
    Postadres: Gospertstraße 42 B 4700 Eupen