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AUTHORIZATION FOR DISCUSSIONS

 

CURRENT DISCUSSIONS

From 01 October 2010

Baltic Sea Region - Archipelago of Innovation?

The objective is to create a seamless working environment for fast growth innovative SME all over the Baltic Sea Region

Working language: russian

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 Amber Bridge Fund: to the XXI century and further on

 

The Amber Bridge non-profit public fund was set up in 2010 and was registered by the Russian justice ministry.  
The main aim of the fund is to promote multilateral good-neighborly relations among countries of the Baltic region in cultural, educational, and economic spheres.


The statutory documents of the fund envisage
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1. Promotion of economic cooperation between Baltic countries and Russian regions. Coordination and information backup to transborder regional cooperation.

 

2. Creation of a common communication environment. Maximum promotion of a free exchange of information, technologies, and scientific discoveries. Development of Latvia and Baltic countries into transit environment for Russia and the European Union. Creation of a common Internet environment  - news portals, business information centers, electronic databases and background materials.  

 

3. Cooperation in higher education. Creation of permanent mechanisms of student exchanges between Russian and Baltic Universities. Design of a program for study placement, joint conferences, and joint grants for young scientists. Implementation of Bologna higher education principles.


4. Scientific study of the Baltic civilization. Creation of a special center that will be a leading coordinator of Baltic region research.


5.
Baltic media outreach. Implementation of complex PR tasks. Publishing activity. Operations in Internet space.


Contact telephone
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+7-495-287-85-39

 

 


 
 
 
 
 
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