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Programm: Interreg Austria – Hungary

Interreg Austria – Hungary
Acronym AT-HU
Type of Fund Structural Fund
Description of programme
"Interreg Austria – Hungary"

The Cooperation programme 'Interreg V-A Austria-Hungary' aims to foster cross-border cooperation along the Austro-Hungarian border, a part of the former Iron Curtain.

Strategically, the programme focusses on environmental protection and joint management of natural resources, on increasing the border region's accessibility by creating better links to the TEN-T network, on cross-border SME support and on closer co-operation in legal and administrative questions to create a better integrated border region.

To achieve these strategic objectives, the programme aims to:

  • improve the protection and development of the region's rich cultural and natural heritage, increasing the ecological stability of natural habitats and improving the protection of water bodies
  • promote regional sustainable transport and remove bottlenecks in network infrastructures
  • enhance the competitiveness of SME and promote competitive regional products
  • further improve cross-border governance structures.
Link Link to Programme
Thematic Focus Building, Employment, Research, Trade, Infrastructure, Innovation, Capacity Building, SME, Art and Culture, Mobility, Sustainability, Urban development, Transport, Environment & biodiversity, Traffic, Administration, Natural ressources, Competitiveness, Regional development, Tourism
Alpine Region, Danube Region
Origin of Applicant of programme
Interreg Austria – Hungary
Austria / Österreich Ostösterreich Burgenland
Austria / Österreich Ostösterreich Niederösterreich
Austria / Österreich Ostösterreich Wien
Hungary / Magyarország Dunántúl Nyugat-Dunántúl
Austria / Österreich Südösterreich Steiermark
Project Partner Yes
Project Partner Details

A project partnership must consists of at least one Austrian and one Hungarian organisation.

Applicant details

The following legal entities may act as Lead Partner or partner:

  • Public or public equivalent bodies 
  • Non-profit organisations
  • Other institutions that act in the public interest at project level. These are for instance: national, regional or local authorities, municipalities, universities, bodies mainly financed or governed by public institutions, non-profit organisations and associations. 
Financial details

Total OP budget: 95,870,327 €
Total EU contribution: 78,847,880 €

Projects receive funding from the EU up to a maximum of 85% of their total costs, while national public co-financing has to be ensured in a ratio of at least 15%.

Contact Details

Managing Authority

Tatjana Paar/Kirstin Eckhardt
Tel. +43 5 9010-2423
A-7000 Eisenstadt
Technologiezentrum, Marktstraße 3

Joint Technical Secretariat

Tel. +36 99 512-711
H-9400 Sopron
Innovationszentrum, Verő József u. 1

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