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  • Articles of Association inter “Luso-Spanish Permanent Bureau: A Path to Europe” (Municipalities of Almeida, Aveiro, Béjar, Ciudad Rodrigo, Covilhã, Figueira de Foz, Sources Oñoro, Fundão, Gouveia, Guarda, Sabugal, Salamanca, Tordesillas and Viseu) – (1994);
  • Cooperation Protocol between the Community of Castilla y León and the Coordination Committee of the Central Region of Portugal for the establishment of the Working Community of “Castilla y Leon – Region Centro de Portugal” (1995);
  • Agreement between the Community of Castilla y León and the Coordination Commission of the Region Norte de Portugal, for the establishment of the Working Community of Castilla y León-Norte de Portugal (2000);
  • Cross-Border Cooperation Agreement between the City Council of Almeida (Portugal), the city of Ciudad Rodrigo and 18 other municipalities in the province of Salamanca, for the constitution of the Association of Municipalities of the Border Raya Seca “(2000);
  • Cross-Border Cooperation Agreement between the Province of Zamora, the Zamora City Council and four other Spanish city councils and the Municipal Chamber of Bragança-Zamora and four other Portuguese municipal chambers, for the establishment of the “Working Community Bragança – Zamora” (2000);
  • Agreement between the Province of Salamanca and the Portuguese Association of Douro Superior Municipal Chambers (4 Municipal Chambers), for the constitution of the Cooperation Territorial Community of Douro Superior-Salamanca (2001);
  • Cross-Border Cooperation Agreement between fifteen Spanish municipalities (Vilvestre and others) and two municipal chambers Portuguese (Freixo de Espada á Cinta and Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo) for the formation of “Cross-Border Association Arribes del Duero and Agatha” (2001);
  • Cross-Border Cooperation Agreement between the City Salamanca, the city of Ciudad Rodrigo and House Guarda (Portugal) for the creation of the Association of Municipalities Border Border Cities (2002);
  • Cross-Border Cooperation Agreement between the City of Salamanca, the city of Ciudad Rodrigo and the City Council of Vila Real, for the creation of the Cross-Border Association of Municipalities of the Iberian Heritage Cities “(2002);
  • Cross-Border Cooperation Agreement between the City of Ciudad Rodrigo and Almeida Town Hall for the creation of the “Cross-Border Consortium of Walled Cities” (2006);
  • Cross-Border Cooperation Agreement between the nine City Councils of the Beira Interior Norte and the Province de Salamanca, for establishing the Working Community of Beira Interior Norte – Province of Salamanca (CT BIN – SAL) – (2006);
  • Cross-Border Cooperation Agreement between the City of Salamanca and the Municipal Chamber of Guarda, which constitutes the “Cross-Border Consortium of Cultural Cities for Territorial Development” (2008);
  • Cross-Border Cooperation Agreement between the Community of Castilla y Leon and the Commission for Coordination and Regional Development of the Region Centro de Portugal, to adapt to the Hispano-Portuguese Treaty on Cross-Border Cooperation the Cooperation Protocol signed on March 3, 1995 (2008);
  • Cross-Border Cooperation Agreement between the Community of Castilla y Leon and the Commission for Coordination and Regional Development of Norte de Portugal, by adjusting the Cooperation Agreement signed on January 19, 2000 (2009) to the Hispano-Portuguese Treaty of cross-border cooperation.
Border areas (states involved) Community of Castilla y Leon – SpainPortugal
Institution Government of Community of Castilla y Leon – Spain
Contact details José Elías DíazSub-Directorate General for Cooperation Relations with the Autonomous Communities

Directorate General for Territorial Cooperation

Ministry of Territorial Policy and Public Administration

(+34) 912734615

joseelias.diaz@mpt.es 

Year of record 2012