Project "Let's communicate!"

Our Association is a partner of the “Let’s Communicate!” project (Interreg Baltic Sea Region 2014-2020).

“Let’s communicate!” project functions as the Communication Point of the European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR).

The project aims to maintain and develop further the internal and external communications of the EUSBSR framework. In addition, the project supports the EUSBSR stakeholders in adapting their activities to meet the new Action Plan. The project will contribute to mainstreaming neighbourhood cooperation, adapting Policy Area Work Plans to contribute to EU climate goals and increasing ownership by working together and sharing knowledge.

It has a strong partnership consisting of representatives from several Baltic Sea region countries and pan-Baltic organisations.


“Let’s communicate!” administers the EUSBSR websiteTwitterFlickr and Youtube accounts. The project gathers current information about EUSBSR developments to its communication channels, promotes the use of the EUSBSR visual identity and provides with communication support and tools to the EUSBSR stakeholders. In addition, the project will reach out to new target groups in order to attract new stakeholders to take part in action.

In addition, the project provides support for the Policy Areas both in addressing non-EU cooperation and in aligning their work with the EU climate policy objectives. Sense of community and ownership of the EUSBSR is strengthened through meetings and communication outputs.

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Basic facts:

Lead Partner: Centrum Balticum Foundation (FI)
VASAB Secretariat (LV)
“Pomorskie in the European Union” Association (PL)
Eastern Norway County Network (NO)
Vilnius Chamber of Commerce (LT)

Associated partners:
Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth (SE)
Baltic Sea Commission of CPMR
Estonian Ministry for Foreign Affairs (EE)

Budget and duration:

  • 522,749 € (ERDF 465,749 €)
  • Funding: Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme (Priority 4)
  • February 2019 – September 2022