15th General Assembly of the Regions of Europe Seinäjoki, South Ostrobothnia (FIN), 7 December 2000 Mrs Liese Prokop, Vice-Minister President of Niederösterreich (Austria) since 1992, has just been elected AER President for 2001-2003. She is therefore the 5th AER President following Edgar Faure (Franche-Comté - F), Carlo Bernini (Veneto - I), Jordi Pujol (Catalunya - E) and … [Read more...]
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AER Committee C: “Regional Policies, Territorial planning, Infrastructures, Environment, Tourism” Florence, Tuscany (I), 5-6 June 2000 On 5th and 6th June 2000, the Committee C of the Assembly of European Regions met in Florence, Tuscany (I) at a meeting which was chaired by Mr Brian Greenslade (Devonshire, UK), the Committee President. The meeting was attended by … [Read more...]
Brussels, 12 May 1999 The first meeting of the AER political Bureau, in its new composition issued from elections at the General Assembly in Linz (A) in last December, will be held on 12th May in Brussels. Several subjects will be discussed and in particular: • Regions faced with the situation in Kosovo; • Project of the European Constitution, the … [Read more...]
The regions of Aquitaine (F), Euskadi and Navarra (E) are geographically and historically close so it is quite natural that they got together. Aquitaine and Euskadi established a cooperation protocol in 1989 and Navarra joined them in 1992, thus sealing a fruitful institutional collaboration. The main objectives of this cooperation are: to exchange information on … [Read more...]
Adopted at the General Assembly in Montpellier, following a wide consultation of the regions, member and non-member states of the EU, the AER’s opinion on the reform of the Structural Funds was well received by the main European political bodies. The Prime Minister of Luxemburg and President of the EU Council for the second quarter of 1997, Mr J C Juncker, felt that this … [Read more...]
As part of its activities on cultural heritage, AER published the second volume of its Guide to the Cultural Itineraries of the European Regions in 1992. Like its predecessor, this volume contains information on the rich, diverse cultural history and traditions of the European Regions. A copy of the edition is available online and can be accessed for download here. We hope that … [Read more...]