Centre d'Études des Transports pour la Méditerranée Occidentale
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EURO-MEDITERRANEAN COOPERATION

Background:

The Barcelona Declaration, adopted at the Euro-Mediterranean Conference of Ministers of Foreign Affairs in November 1995, brought to light the need to link the transport networks in the Mediterranean region to the Trans-European Transport Network and to promote the creation of links between countries on the southern shore of the Mediterranean with the aim of facilitating trade and strengthening Euro-Mediterranean cooperation.

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Current situation:

The EuroMed Transport Project (MEDA II Programme) was created during the second Forum meeting and launched in the first quarter of 2003. The aim of the four-year project is to help reform the legislative and regulatory frameworks of Mediterranean partner countries' transport industries, and to define and promote a regional network of transport infrastructure that will develop south-south connections and eventually become a continuation of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T).

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