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EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

The aim of the European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region is to meet the challenges common to the countries in the Baltic Sea Region today. The Strategy has three main objectives: saving the sea, connecting the region and increasing prosperity.

Responsible ministers
Magdalena Andersson
Hans Dahlgren
Responsible ministries
Prime Minister's Office
  • Swedish Presidency of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

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    Sweden will hold the Presidency of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region from 1 July 2022 until 30 June 2023. Work during the Presidency will mainly focus on: strengthening and developing implementation of the Strategy and its action plan, including by developing new forms of cooperation; spreading knowledge of how the Strategy contributes to societal development; and creating the conditions that enable more people to take part in cooperation within the Strategy.

The European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

The European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region was adopted during the Swedish Presidency of the EU in 2009. The Strategy has three main objectives: saving the sea, connecting the region and increasing prosperity. It is characterised by the principles of no new funding, no new legislation and no new institutions.

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