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  • This CBC operation dealt with the implementation of a multilevel cooperation in the fields of INTERREG, Culture and Spatial Planning Concertation.

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  • Solutions and Good Practices:

    The Meuse-Rhine Euroregion was founded as a working group in 1976 and is one of the oldest cross-border cooperation organizations. In 1991, this working group was converted into the form of a Stichting under Dutch law. The main participants are the European Union, the governments of the countries in this Euroregion (Germany, Belgium, Netherlands) in addition to the regional authorities of aforementioned States.

    The Meuse-Rhine Euroregion created the legal framework for cross border cooperation between regional authorities of Germany, Netherlands and Belgium in the fields of:

    • Economy and Innovation.
    • Labour market, education and training.
    • Culture and Tourism.
    • Health care.
    • Security.
    • Mobility and Infrastructure.
    • Sustainable Development.
  • Year of record: 2012