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National events in the NWE Member States can be an opportunity to catch a glimpse of what lies beyond the NWE. This was the case in a German seminar organized by BBR in Bonn on 7 September. The NWE JTS had been asked to present how the new priority “innovation” and the Lisbon agenda are given consideration so far in the NWE programme [link to the JTS presentation language: german]. The Lisbon Agenda aims to make Europe more attractive to invest and work in, to improve growth with more knowledge and innovation, and to create more and better jobs.

Other speakers gave an overview of how the other priorities of the draft regulation (environment, accessibility and sustainable urban development) have been specified in different programmes with German participation (Baltic Sea Region, North Sea Region, Alpine Space). Until now, little information is available for the “Middle European Space”, the northern part of the former “CADSES”, as they had a late start. If you are interested to read more and want to brush up your German at the same time please go to BBR's website (, where further information will be available soon.

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