International cooperation PDF Prindi

International cooperation has been developed in the following areas mainly:

  • Bilateral cooperation with the regions of the neighbouring countries
  • Cooperation between the Baltic islands
  • Cooperation with international organisations
  • Participation in EU Programmes, under which more than 12 projects have been implemented since 1995.

Cooperation with the regions of the neighbouring countries:

The Island of Gotland (Sweden) 1989
The Island of Öland (Sweden) 1989
Uusimaa County (Finland) 1991
The Island of Bornholm (Denmark) 1992
The Island of Fr¸ya (Norway) 1993
Talsi District (Latvia) 1998

Cooperation of the Baltic islands:
Aimed at finding solutions to similar problems, the 7 biggest Baltic islands have established a common cooperation programme called B7.
This includes the islands of
Åland (Finland),
Bornholm (Denmark),
Gotland and Öland (Sweden),
Rügen (Germany),
Saaremaa and Hiiumaa (Estonia).

Activities are carried out by three working groups: Environment, Business and Tourism, People to People. Two projects involving all 7 islands have been endorsed for funding under the EU Programmes:

Cooperation with international organisations:
Saaremaa County is a member of the following organisations:

International Island Games Association since 1991
UNESCO International Scientific Council
for Island Development (INSULA)
since 1992
Eurohouse, established on Saaremaa since 1995
Conference of Peripheral
Maritime Regions (CPMR)
since 1996

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