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As part of the European Regional Development Fund, the 6th generation of the Interreg instrument allocates resources to European cross-border projects and territorial cooperation between regions and countries.
Interreg supports various actions (the so-called ‘strands’), including cross-border mobility between adjacent regions, to promote integrated and harmonious regional development between neighbouring lands or maritime border regions (part of Interreg A; 72,2% of total resources available).
Interreg has three types of programmes: cross border (60 programmes), transnational (15 programmes), and interregional (4 programmes). The co-financing rate at each Interreg programme level is set at a maximum of 80%, with up to 85% for outermost regions.