«Международное научно-техническое сотрудничество:
Возможности для промышленных предприятий Санкт-Петербурга»
25 октября 20...
Baltic Sea Region Programme
2007-2013:
transnational cooperation of regions
Joint Technical Secretariat
XII All-Russian Fo...
Cooperation area
of 11 countries

• EU Member States: Denmark, Estonia,
Finland, Latvia, Lithuania,Poland,
Sweden and nort...
Transnational cooperation projects
1. Fostering innovations

3. Baltic Sea as a
common resource

28 projects

21 projects
...
2. Participation of Russian organisations
in the projects
•
•

5

Russian organisations join projects as associated
organi...
Participation of Russian organisations in
the first call for proposal
•
•
•
•

6

The first call was launched under the su...
Participation of Russian organisations in
the first call for proposal
•
•
•
•

7

The first call was launched under the su...
How Russian organisations finance their
participation
Russian organisations financed their participation from other source...
Project themes where Russian
organisations participate
Russian organisations participate in projects which cover all four ...
Participation of Russian organisations in the projects:
all calls for proposals
30

25
20
15

24

19

22
17

19
12

10
5

...
Number of Russian associated
organisations in projects
Russia –
associated
organisations
mainly from
St. Petersburg,
Lenin...
Benefits of transnational cooperation in
the Baltic Sea region for Russian
organisations
• Working on common solutions for...
Challenges of transnational cooperation
in the Baltic Sea region for Russian
organisations
• RU participation is less inte...
3. Project examples – Russian
participation
• Baltic COMPASS: elaborated agri-environmental solutions for
competitive and ...
3. Project examples – Russian
participation
• Longlife: developed a master plan for energy efficient residential
buildings...
Set-up of Programming
Joint
Programming
Committee
Programming
Task Force

Reference Group
National reference groups
BY

DE...
As main decision making body during the
programming a Joint Programming Committee
(JPC) has been set-up comprising members...
Joint Programming Committee (JPC)
Tasks
The JPC takes decisions on…
 …mandates, tasks and composition of bodies involved ...
Joint Programming Committee (JPC)
Composition
 Three representatives nominated by each national delegation;
 Current pro...
Programming Task Force
Mandate + Task
To discuss particular topics and draft texts for the programme document.
Consolidate...
Programming Task Force
During its 4th meeting, the Task Force of the Baltic Sea Region Programme
2014-2020 made a good ste...
Reference Group
Mandate
To make sure that the programme will be based on a wide public
consultation process involving rele...
Reference Group
Composition

 National Contact Points, Priority Area Coordinators and
Horizontal Action Leaders of the EU...
National reference groups
It is recommended to JPC members to set up national
reference groups and to arrange national sem...
Thematic objectives
The representatives agreed to provide support to the
implementation of the EU Strategy of the Baltic Sea
Region (EUSBSR) a...
Круглый стол

«Регион Балтийского моря: стратегические
возможности для Северо-Западного федерального
округа»
Сессия 1
А8 «...
Next steps in Programme
schedule (1/2)
• After Programming TF meeting: -> Amending existing OP
chapters based on discussio...
Follow-up: Russian participation

• Contribution of the Russian delegation to the
description of the management, financial...
Russian participation

QUESTIONS TO DISCUSS:
• Allocation of Russian national and EU funding
for Russian organisations
• R...
Круглый стол

«Регион Балтийского моря: стратегические
возможности для Северо-Западного федерального
округа»
Сессия 2
А6 «...
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  1. 1. «Международное научно-техническое сотрудничество: Возможности для промышленных предприятий Санкт-Петербурга» 25 октября 2013, Санкт-Петербург ПРОГРАММА СОТРУДНИЧЕСТВА РЕГИОНА БАЛТИЙСКОГО МОРЯ Ирина Карелина генеральный директор МЦСЭИ "Леонтьевский центр“
  2. 2. Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013: transnational cooperation of regions Joint Technical Secretariat XII All-Russian Forum “Strategic Planning in the Regions and Cities of Russia” St. Petersburg, 21-22 October 2013
  3. 3. Cooperation area of 11 countries • EU Member States: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania,Poland, Sweden and northern parts of Germany • Norway • Belarus • North-west regions of Russia 3
  4. 4. Transnational cooperation projects 1. Fostering innovations 3. Baltic Sea as a common resource 28 projects 21 projects To make the Baltic Sea region an attractive place to invest, work and live in 18 projects 2. External and internal accessibility 4 23 projects 4. Attractive and competitive cities and regions
  5. 5. 2. Participation of Russian organisations in the projects • • 5 Russian organisations join projects as associated organisations. No programme funding is available for organisations from Russia.
  6. 6. Participation of Russian organisations in the first call for proposal • • • • 6 The first call was launched under the suspension clause for ENPI funding (available ENPI funding amounted to 20.8 million EUR). 171 Russian organisations applied for 31.12 million EUR. 19 projects with 35 Russian organisations were approved and 5.5 million EUR was committed to Russian partners. As the Financing Agreement was not signed, the Russian partners dropped out from the projects and did not receive the Programme cofinancing.
  7. 7. Participation of Russian organisations in the first call for proposal • • • • 7 The first call was launched under the suspension clause for ENPI funding (available ENPI funding amounted to 20.8 million EUR). 171 Russian organisations applied for 31.12 million EUR. 19 projects with 35 Russian organisations were approved and 5.5 million EUR was committed to Russian partners. As the Financing Agreement was not signed, the Russian partners dropped out from the projects and did not receive the Programme cofinancing.
  8. 8. How Russian organisations finance their participation Russian organisations financed their participation from other sources: • Own budget • External sources (e.g. national ministries from the EU MS or international organisations) • Cooperation with other projects (e.g. funded by Swedish Institute, Nordic Council of Ministers or ENPI CBC Programmes) • Limited use of Programme resources of ERDF co-financing 8
  9. 9. Project themes where Russian organisations participate Russian organisations participate in projects which cover all four topics addressed in the Programme: • Support to cooperation of SMEs, chambers of commerce, business incubators • Improving transport flows of goods and passengers, clean shipping • Increasing efficiency of water management (river basin management, water management in agriculture), preparedness to counteract oil pollution in the sea, maritime spatial planning • Improving energy efficiency of residential buildings, increasing use of bioenergy from woods resources, strengthening trade union cooperation 9
  10. 10. Participation of Russian organisations in the projects: all calls for proposals 30 25 20 15 24 19 22 17 19 12 10 5 90 projects in total 61 projects with RU 15 No. of projects …of it with RU 9 3 0 5 1 Call 1 Call 2 Call 3 Call 4 Call 5 ES2 + ES1 2 0 ES3 *ES=Extension Stage 10 10
  11. 11. Number of Russian associated organisations in projects Russia – associated organisations mainly from St. Petersburg, Leningrad and Kaliningrad regions 11 Other countries – only project partners, associated organisations are not counted
  12. 12. Benefits of transnational cooperation in the Baltic Sea region for Russian organisations • Working on common solutions for shared challenges • Realising similar regional development priorities • Contributing to implementation of strategies agreed on the EU-Russia level • Using potentials of partnerships already established in the region • Facilitating knowledge and expertise boosting 12
  13. 13. Challenges of transnational cooperation in the Baltic Sea region for Russian organisations • RU participation is less intensive in new projects and partnerships • Low impact on the issue of tackling the East-West divide • Difficult to align other alternative funding instruments to ensure participation of Russian organisations in joint projects 13
  14. 14. 3. Project examples – Russian participation • Baltic COMPASS: elaborated agri-environmental solutions for competitive and environmentally friendly agriculture (e.g. how to recycle stable manure), Leningrad region • COHIBA: identified and quantified priority hazardous substances, worked on data gaps, St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region • BSR Innoship: developed ship emission inventory methodology (to monitor SO2, NOx and particulates emissions from ships), St. Petersburg • BRISK: coordinated response to oil spill pollution among the countries around the Baltic Sea and prepared investment plans, St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad region 14
  15. 15. 3. Project examples – Russian participation • Longlife: developed a master plan for energy efficient residential buildings, Gatchina, Leningrad region • Best Agers: contributed to developing recommendations for the senior policy: how to increase work participation in the age range 55-64 years and higher, St. Petersburg • AGORA 2.0: contributed to promoting natural and cultural heritage for tourism purposes, Kaliningrad region • ONE BSR: contributes to developing a single brand for the Baltic Sea region to strengthen its competitiveness, St. Petersburg 15
  16. 16. Set-up of Programming Joint Programming Committee Programming Task Force Reference Group National reference groups BY DE DK EE FI LT LV NO PL SE RU
  17. 17. As main decision making body during the programming a Joint Programming Committee (JPC) has been set-up comprising members and observers from 11 countries (8 EU Member States: DE, DK, EE, FI, LT, LV, PL, SE, plus the 3 NonMember States BY, NO, and RU).
  18. 18. Joint Programming Committee (JPC) Tasks The JPC takes decisions on…  …mandates, tasks and composition of bodies involved in programming;  …work plans for the programming phase;  …structure (table of content), draft texts and versions of the programme document;  …final programme document and submission to the Commission;  …negotiation positions/mandates with the Commission.
  19. 19. Joint Programming Committee (JPC) Composition  Three representatives nominated by each national delegation;  Current programme’s JTS/MA staff responsible for producing draft texts;  Participation of advisors, experts, observers (e.g. Commission). Working method Rotating national chairmanship based on MC chairmanship of the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013 (2012: Latvia, 2013: Estonia, 2014: Poland);
  20. 20. Programming Task Force Mandate + Task To discuss particular topics and draft texts for the programme document. Consolidated drafts will be proposed to the JPC for approval. Composition + Working method Comparably to the current’s programme ‘Task Force Programme Strategy’ the composition of the Programming Task Force would be flexible. Depending on the focus of the meeting, national delegations send 1-2 representatives to the meetings to allow for a thorough working-style discussion. Staff from the current programme’s JTS/MA and - upon need - external experts will act as writers and will produce the proposals and draft texts for the discussion at the meetings of the Programming Task Force.
  21. 21. Programming Task Force During its 4th meeting, the Task Force of the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020 made a good step forward towards the future programme. 37 representatives from the programme countries met on 10-11 October 2013 in Berlin to discuss the first draft of the Operational Programme.
  22. 22. Reference Group Mandate To make sure that the programme will be based on a wide public consultation process involving relevant stakeholders from the region. Tasks Defines needs and expectations towards the new programme from the programme’s target group at the beginning of the programming process. Provides comments and suggestions to draft version(s) of the programme.
  23. 23. Reference Group Composition  National Contact Points, Priority Area Coordinators and Horizontal Action Leaders of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region  Organisations with transnational and pan-Baltic relevance having thematic links to the topics covered in the programme  Composition to be proposed by MA/JTS and national JPC delegations.
  24. 24. National reference groups It is recommended to JPC members to set up national reference groups and to arrange national seminars and conferences in their countries to inform and involve relevant national and regional actors in the programming process. Composition, tasks and working methods will have to be defined at national level according to national structures and practices.
  25. 25. Thematic objectives
  26. 26. The representatives agreed to provide support to the implementation of the EU Strategy of the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) and strategies of neighbouring countries. The programme countries together with the Joint Technical Secretariat will continue working on a number of issues. One on-going task is to identify common objectives of the Russian Strategy for the North-West district and the EUSBSR in order to incorporate those into the Operational Programme.
  27. 27. Круглый стол «Регион Балтийского моря: стратегические возможности для Северо-Западного федерального округа» Сессия 1 А8 «Стратегии для региона Балтийского моря: от синхронизации до совместных действий» • • • Головной организатор – Аппарат полномочного представителя Президента Российской Федерации в СевероЗападном федеральном округе Соорганизаторы – Министерство регионального развития Российской Федерации, Министерство иностранных дел Российской Федерации, АНО «Стратегическое партнерство «Северо-Запад» При поддержке: Комитета по внешним связям Санкт-Петербурга www.forumstrategov.ru
  28. 28. Next steps in Programme schedule (1/2) • After Programming TF meeting: -> Amending existing OP chapters based on discussions -> Adding missing chapters and compiling one OP document • By end October: -> Written commenting on existing OP chapters • Mid November: -> Draft OP submitted to JPC • •November - December: -> Consultations on SEA scoping with environmental authorities • 3-4 December: Approval of draft OP for public consultation
  29. 29. Follow-up: Russian participation • Contribution of the Russian delegation to the description of the management, financial and control system by 01 November 2013 • Preparation of the Financing Agreement (drafting by the European Commission, DG Regio) • Financial allocations by the European Commission and by the Russian Federation
  30. 30. Russian participation QUESTIONS TO DISCUSS: • Allocation of Russian national and EU funding for Russian organisations • Responsibility and liability for Programme funds spent by Russian partners, consequences for the recovery • Management of Russian funding • Eligibility rules with national specifics
  31. 31. Круглый стол «Регион Балтийского моря: стратегические возможности для Северо-Западного федерального округа» Сессия 2 А6 «Программы приграничного и многостороннего сотрудничества в регионе Балтийского моря» • • • • Головной организатор – Министерство регионального развития Российской Федерации Соорганизаторы – Министерство иностранных дел Российской Федерации, Аппарат полномочного представителя Президента Российской Федерации в Северо-Западном федеральном округе, АНО «Стратегическое партнерство «Северо-Запад» При поддержке: Комитета по внешним связям Санкт-Петербурга Модератор – С.М Зимин, помощник полномочного представителя Президента Российской Федерации в Северо-Западном федеральном округе www.forumstrategov.ru
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