KvarkenMoS 20th–22nd April 2016

We are glad you joined us at the KvarkenMoS Conference in the end of April. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

We would like to take the opportunity to thank all the speakers for their interesting input and engagement. We would also like to thank all of you that have been helping us with the arrangements.

Please see the menu for links to the presentations that were held, videos, photographs and articles that were proceed. You will also still find the conference agenda on the webpage.

Thank you, we hope you enjoyed the conference and that we will meet again!

On behalf of Brian Simpson and Jose Anselmo.

Kind regards,

Kjell Nybacka 

Senior Advisor, KvarkenMoS coordinator


KvarkenMos supported by: 


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INTERREG BOTNIA-ATLANTICA. E12 Atlantica Transport. A cooperation between partners in Finland, Sweden and Norway along the E12 corridor, focusing on a functional transport route for goods and passengers, joint strategies for cross-border planning and future cooperation structures. 


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The Regional Council of Ostrobothnia is a joint municipal authority formed by fifteen municipalities. It has two main functions in supporting regional interests: regional development and spatial planning.



Region Västerbotten is a co-operative body which is responsible of regional development in Västerbotten County. Västerbotten County Council and the county’s 15 municipalities established Region Västerbotten 1 January 2008. Region Västerbotten is a political organisation which is responsible for regional development issues and regional growth.


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The Kvarken Council is a Nordic cross border cooperation association for the Ostrobothnian counties in Finland as well as Västerbotten and Örnsköldsvik in Sweden. Since 1979 The Kvarken Council is a part of the Nordic cross border cooperation. The Kvarken Council is one of eleven Nordic cross border bodies, which are funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers.


The conference is arranged in co-operation with DG MOVE



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