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Lead Partner

Østfold County Council is the Lead applicant, and is representing a consortium of 5 INTERREG-partners and additional 4 partners from Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Russia. Svein Åge Lauritzen, head of international section in Østfold county administration is representing the Lead Partner, and have the overall administrative responsibilty for the project towards the stakeholders.

E-mail: svelau@ostfold-f.kommune.no

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The management team

In order to conduct the overall coordination and management, a project office is established in Spydeberg, Østfold. The financial management is located in Sarpsborg at the county council administration.

The PIPE story

The PIPE story was introduced at the Kick-off conference. Ilona Navickiene was the author and performed it in front of the audience in Tallinn. Unfortunately we can not present the background music, but you find the entire story below.
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"We are the PIPE-rs"

The PIPE song

Kurt Mosbakk, one of the experts connected to the PIPE project is also a poet and has created a new PIPE song. It should be easy to sing if you are familiar with Daisy, Daisy...

What is PIPE all about ?

Presentation at the Kick-off conference in Tallinn.

What is PIPE?

PIPE is an Interreg IIIb project including regions around the Baltic Sea. PIPE will start in the summer 2002 and will be running for the next 28 months. The project will also ask for funding from PHARE and TACIS.


There are several INTERREG programs. They are all sponsored by the European Regional Development Fund, which is designed to encourage partnerships and stimulate spatial and economic development across European borders.

PIPE is an INTERREG III B project

PIPE is an INTERREG III B project, including 9 regional partners from 7 countries in the Baltic Sea Region. The PIPE project will adress spatial and economic development based on regional identity and youth participation.

The projects mission is to strengthen the community spirit and give new innovative impulses to the participating towns and settlements. A main goal is to demonstrate and explore a new intersectorial approach to regional development and establish a mutual learning arena within a crossborder co-operation.