Art Line presented to Euroregion Baltic

Project leader Torun Ekstrand presenting Art Line for representatives from Denmark, Poland, Lithuania and Russia.

Some 30 representatives from Euroregion Baltic Executive Board gave project leader Torun Ekstrand their full attention as she presented the Art Line project to them, Monday afternoon the 27th of May. The meeting took place in Karlskrona.
Euroregion Baltic (ERB) was established in February 1998 and is a cooperation in the south-east of the Baltic Sea region, consisting of eight regions of Denmark, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Sweden. It was the first Euroregion to have formally included a partner from the Russian Federation. ERB works for improving life conditions for its inhabitants, promoting bonds and contacts among local communities, and providing measures for a more sustainable development within the region.
Torun Ekstrand told the board about the good cooperation within the Art Line project, and how much activity this has lead to, making the South Baltic region a more attractive place to live and work.
She also took the opportunity to invite the audience to take advantage of the Art Line exhibitions and the project network.