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To carry out its services, AEBR interacts with many partners in Europe and beyond. Within almost 50 years of work representing the interests of all border and cross-border regions at all levels, AEBR has developed an extensive network of partners.

At the European level, relevant partners of AEBR are:

AEBR is also coordinated with other European regional organisations to unite efforts towards common goals, such as the #CohesionAlliance:

Other relevant partners are:

Mission Opérationelle Transfrontalière (M.O.T)

– The Central European Service for Cross-Border Initiatives (CESCI)

– The Euro-Institut Kehl and the Transfrontier Euro-Institut Network (TEIN)

– The Nordic Council of Ministers

– The European Association of Elected Representatives from Mountain Areas (AEM)

EURISY, an association of spaces agencies informing regions and cities, and SMEs, on the use of satellite applications to support public policies

INTERMODES, European congress fully devoted to the intermodal transport of passengers

– The European Association of Development Agencies (EURADA)

Last but not least, AEBR also keeps regular contact with various national governments, particularly with their CBC departments. This has been possible thanks to the active participation of our members in Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, Norway, Serbia, and Spain. The possibility to exchange directly with the national authorities is extremely relevant, especially when dealing with national cross-border strategies and other long-term processes. We are planning to extend these dialogues to further national authorities in Belgium, Greece, the Netherlands, Portugal and Romania. Then, this should continue to cover the maximum number of EU member states and partner countries (neighbours and pre-accession).

Thanks to the longstanding fruitful collaboration within this network, AEBR disposes of a unique position to promote cross-border cooperation through its initiatives and projects.

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