Territorial Cooperation : CECICN sets the marks

During its two last meetings in December and January, partners of CECICN (Atlantic, Baltic, Iberian, Ionian, Mediterranean Cities and MOT) have discussed on the future of EU Territorial Cooperation. Being the only platform that gathers territorial urban European networks and that represents more than 500 cities, CECICN has a significant role to play in the definition of the regional policy post-2013.

At the meetings, stakeholders work on a position paper to present CECICN’s views, that will be published soon in the year and supported by diverse meetings with EU institutions and an European Conference to be hold in late Spring.

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