What is 14.3?
14.3 is a flagship project under the EUSBSR that ran for a period of 18 months from January 2012 and addressed civil security and civil protection in the Baltic Sea region. The project covered wide-ranging aspects of civil security and civil protection, including both manmade and natural disasters
Initially established under the Strategy’s Priority Area 14, the project fell under Priority Area Secure after the revision of the EUSBSR Action Plan in February 2013.
14.3 was led by the Council of the Baltic Sea States Secretariat and consisted of 10 countries and 12 partners. The project was financed with support from the European Commission through the EU Civil Protection Financial Instrument, and with support from the Swedish Institute and other partners.