Operational Programme Italy – Maritime France 2007 – 2013

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General goal and priorities[edit]

The programme aims to improve the cooperation between border areas in the fields of:
1. Accessibility,
2. Innovation,
3. Natural and cultural resources,
4. Infrastructure and integrated services and
enhancing competitiveness at the Mediterranean, southern, European and world levels.[1]

Funding[edit]

The “cross-border cooperation operational programme: Italy – Maritime France” is financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) under the European Territorial Cooperation objective in Italy and maritime France. The total cost of the programme is 162 million euros. The maximum contribution from the ERDF to the operational programme is 122 million euros, which represents around 1.4% of total EU investment under the European Territorial Cooperation objective.[2]

Involved territories[edit]

The programme covers the provinces of Sassari, Nuoro, Cagliari, Oristano, Olbia-Tempio, Ogliastra, Medio Campidano, Carbonia-Iglesias, Imperia, Savona, Genoa, La Spezia, Massa-Carrara, Lucca, Livorno and Grosseto and the departments of Southern Corsica and Upper Corsica along the sea border between France and Italy. The whole cooperation area is characterised by considerable differences as regards both size and population density.

External links[edit]

Partners web sites

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