- Green Corridor
- Economic Cooperation
Scandinavian and central European regions are characterised by a long history of exchange in trade and commerce, the establishment of transport infrastructures and traffic services as well as the regional development. Since more than ten years – in fact with the “Berlin Declaration” of 2007 as a milestone – the regions showcase a continuous cooperation in several strategic projects, such as the recent Scandria®2Act project (2016–2019). To continue their strategic cooperation beyond the project period, the Scandria®2Act core members agreed to set-up a partnership, named Scandria®Alliance.
The vision of the Scandria®Alliance is to cooperate with the European Union (EU), member states, regions and other relevant stakeholders in order to implement a sustainable and multimodal transport system by 2030 in the Baltic Sea Region and the regions involved along the Scandinavian–Mediterranean Corridor.
Transport and regional development