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2004

  • Baltic duo sign EEA funds deal with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway

    07.12.2004

    Estonia and Latvia signed o­n 2 December 2004 a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the three EEA EFTA states Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway o­n the use of funds available through the European Economic Area Agreement (EEA). The MoU for the EEA Financial Mechanism, established under the EEA Enlargement Agreement, will make 10.1 million euros available in Estonia and 19.7 million euros in Latvia over a five-year period for projects in a broad range of sectors, including environmental protection, renewable energy, promotion of sustainable development, conservation of the European cultural heritage, human resources development, health and childcare.

  • Estonia and Norway sign EEA funds deal

    17.11.2004

    Norway and Estoniasigned o­n 17 November 2004 a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for theNorwegian Financial Mechanism, which makes available close to 23million euros over a five-year period for projects in Estonia aiming toreduce social and economic disparities within the newly enlargedEuropean Economic Area (EEA).

  • Latvia signs EEA funds deal with Norway

    16.11.2004

    The MoU was signedby State Secretary, Deputy Foreign Minister Kim Traavik o­n behalf ofNorway, and by State Secretary, Ministry of Finance Valentina Andrejevao­n behalf of Latvia during a seminar held in Riga, Latvia attended bysome 80 representatives from both countries. The seminar focusedparticularly o­n priority sectors such as environment, regionaldevelopment and social integration, including the role of civil society.

  • Poland signs deal with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway on EEA funds

    28.10.2004

    The MoU for the EEA Financial Mechanism, established under the EEA Enlargement Agreement, will make 280.8 million euros available over a five-year period for projects in a broad range of sectors, including environmental protection, renewable energy, promotion of sustainable development, conservation of the European cultural heritage, public transport and urban renewal, human resources development, health and childcare.

  • Poland and Czech Republic sign MoUs for EEA grants

    19.10.2004

    Poland and theCzech Republic became the first new EEA countries to sign Memorandumsof Understanding (MoUs) for grants made available by the EEA EFTAcountries as part of the EEA enlargement on 1 May 2004.