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Ireland Wales Monitoring Committee Meets

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Ireland Wales Monitoring Committee Meets

The Ireland-Wales Programme Monitoring Committee met at Croke Park in Dublin on 6th June to discuss the progress made by the 14 projects funded by the programme under the three themes of cross-border innovation, adaption of the Irish Sea to climate change, and cultural & natural resources and heritage.

The Committee monitors the delivery of EU investments for the Programme which provides the framework for organisations to seek solutions to shared challenges on both sides of the Irish Sea, to improve the economic and sustainable development priorities of Wales and Ireland and has an overall value of €100m, with €79m from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). 

The Committee has 26 members from Ireland and Wales representing Government, Public, Voluntary, Private and Trade Union sectors and representatives from the European Commission. 

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