For The Republic Of Estonia, The Republic Of Finland, The Republic Of Latvia, The Kingdom Of Sweden, The Autonomous Province Of The Åland Islands And Southwest Finland Regional Council, Which Acts As The Central Authority And The Audit Authority, The ...

Original Language Title: Par Igaunijas Republikas, Somijas Republikas, Latvijas Republikas, Zviedrijas Karalistes, autonomās Ālandu salu provinces un Dienvidrietumu Somijas Reģionālās padomes, kas darbojas kā Vadošā iestāde un Revīzijas iestāde, daudzpusējo vienošanos par INTERRE

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/op/2015/152.6

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 447 in Riga august 4, 2015 (pr. No 37 17) Of the Republic of Estonia, the Republic of Finland, the Republic of Latvia, the Kingdom of Sweden, the autonomous province of the åland Islands and Southwest Finland Regional Council, which acts as the central authority and the audit authority, the multilateral agreement on (A) Finland – Estonia INTERREG – V Latvia-Sweden-cross-border cooperation programmes (the Central Baltic Sea programme) 2014 – 2020 introduction Issued under Cabinet installations Act article 31 2 of the first subparagraph of paragraph 1, the Republic of Estonia. The Republic of Finland, the Republic of Latvia, the Kingdom of Sweden, the autonomous province of the åland Islands and Southwest Finland Regional Council, which acts as the central authority and the audit authority, the multilateral agreement on (A) Finland – Estonia INTERREG – V Latvia-Sweden-cross-border cooperation programmes (the Central Baltic Sea programme) 2014 – 2020 (hereinafter multilateral agreement) project with these terms are accepted and approved. 2. The multilateral agreement and compliance with the obligations provided for in the Republic of Latvia to coordinate the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry. 3. multilateral agreements enter into force in its paragraph 12, point 7, and for the period specified in the agenda. Prime Minister, Minister of finance John Rare for environmental protection and regional development Minister David Gerhard