Partners & Sponsors
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Russian Agricultural Bank, JSC
Russian Agricultural Bank, JSC is one of the largest banks in Russia. Incorporated in 2000 to contribute to further development of the national credit and financial system of agricultural industry and rural areas, today the bank provides full range of banking services and remains the key player in financing of Russian agribusiness. The bank is 100% state-owned.
Read more at http://www.rshb.ru/en
Eurasian Development Bank
Eurasian Development Bank is an international financial institution founded by Russia and Kazakhstan in January 2006 with the mission to facilitate the development of market economies, sustainable economic growth and the expansion of mutual trade and other economic ties in its member states. The member states of the Bank are the Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Russian Federation, and the Republic of Tajikistan.
Read more at http://www.eabr.org
Russian Economic Developers Association (ASSET)
Russian Economic Developers Association (ASSET) unites individual practitioners, scientific workers, experts and consultants, engaged in fostering economic development of cities and regions. The main goal of the Association is to enhance socio-economic development of Russian regions through establishment of the community of high professional territorial development experts.
FORUM ACTION SPONSORS
Estonia-Latvia-Russia cross border cooperation Programme 2007-2013
The strategic objective of the Programme is to use the wider border area for its economic development through attracting effective investments, and as a result, raising the level of employment and well-being of cross border areas of the EU and Russian Federation. Programme priorities: socio-economic development, common challenges, promotion of people to people cooperation. Programme area: Latvia – Latgale, Vidzeme; adjoining areas: Riga City and Pieriga; Estonia – Kirde-Eesti, Lõuna-Eesti, Kesk-Eesti; adjoining area: Põhja-Eesti; Russia – Leningrad region, Pskov region, St. Petersburg. 50 projects including 5 large scale projects were realized within the Programme.
More detailed information about the Programme: http://www.estlatrus.eu/
Estonia-Russia cross border cooperation Programme 2014-2020
The programme aims to contribute to the achievement of three strategic objectives: promote economic and social development in regions on both sides of the common borders; address common challenges in environment, public health, safety and security; promotion of better conditions and modalities for mobility of persons, goods and capital. The Programme will support projects within four thematic objectives: business and SME development; support to local and regional good governance; environmental protection, climate change mitigation and adaptation; promotion of border management and border security, mobility and migration management. Programme area: Estonia – Kirde-Eesti, Lõuna-Eesti, Kesk-Eesti; Russia – St. Petersburg, Leningrad region, Pskov region. Adjoining regions – Põhja-Eesti region, Tallin.
More detailed information about the Programme: http://www.estoniarussia.eu/
Latvia-Russia cross border cooperation Programme 2014-2020
The programme aims to contribute to the achievement of three strategic objectives: promote economic and social development in regions on both sides of the common borders; address common challenges in environment, public health, safety and security; promotion of better conditions and modalities for mobility of persons, goods and capital. The Programme will support projects within three thematic objectives: business and SME development; environmental protection, climate change mitigation and adaptation; promotion of border management and border security, mobility and migration management. Programme area: Vidzeme and Latgale regions in Latvia and Pskov region in Russia. Adjoining area – Zemgale and Pieriga regions and Riga in Latvia and Leningrad region and St. Petersburg in Russia.
More detailed information about the Programme: http://www.estlatrus.eu/eng/cbc_20142020/latviarussia_programme/programme_documents_
South-East Finland – Russia CBC Programme 2014-2020
The Programme contributes to economic and social development, mitigate common challenges and promote mobility among actors of regional relevance to further improve cross-border cooperation and the sustainable prerequisites of the Programme area. Eligible programme area consist of the core regions South Karelia, South-Savo and Kymenlaakso in Finland and St. Petersburg and Leningrad region in Russia. Adjoining areas are Uusimaa, Päijät-Häme, North-Savo, North Karelia and Republic of Karelia. In addition to these, cities of Turku and Moscow may participate as a major economic and cultural centers with some limitations in the use of financial frame and roles of partnership. Programme is offering funding in four thematic objectives.
More information about the Program’s activities: http://www.southeastfinrusnpi.fi
Karelia CBC Programme 2014-2020
"Karelia" CBC Programme implements activities that contribute to regional development, which have a pronounced cross-border impact and focus on cooperation. The main objective of the program - to make the space program appealing to people's lives, accommodation and business. Territory of Programme includes three regions of Finland (Kainuu, North Karelia, Oulu region) and the Republic of Karelia in Russia. Adjacent regions are: Lapland, Northern Savo, South Savo, South Karelia Murmansk, Arkhangelsk and Leningrad regions. The program supports cooperation projects in four thematic objectives.
More information about the Program’s activities: http://www.kareliacbc.fi
Kolarctic CBC Programme 2014-2020
The overall aim of the Programme is to promote a viable economy and attractiveness of the region, where inhabitants and visitors come to enjoy the arctic nature and where natural resources are used in a sustainable way. The area covered by the Kolarctic CBC Programme comprises Lapland in Finland, Norrbotten in Sweden, Finnmark, Troms and Nordland in Norway and the Murmansk Region, the Arkhangelsk Region and the Nenets Autonomous District in Russia. Adjoining regions: Oulu Region, Västerbotten, Republic of Karelia and the Republic of Komi. Partners from the adjoining regions and from the major social, economic and cultural centre (city of St. Petersburg) can participate in the Programme implementation as equal partners. The program supports cooperation projects in four thematic objectives.
More information about the Programme: http://www.kolarctic.fi