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European Climate Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency
Report

CEF support to the Orient/East-Med TEN-T Corridor

The OEM Corridor connects central Europe to the North, Baltic, Black and Mediterranean Seas, and spans nine Member States (from north to south): Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Cyprus.

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Identification
PDF EF-02-20-571-EN-N, ISBN 978-92-9208-093-8, DOI 10.2840/696647
Publication date
4 May 2020
Author
Innovation and Networks Executive Agency

Description

The report contains information on the progress of Agency-supported projects in the Orient/East-Med Core Network Corridor.

The Orient/East-Med Corridor connects central Europe to the North, Baltic, Black and Mediterranean Seas, and spans nine Member States (from north to south): Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Cyprus. All but Germany and Austria benefit from the Cohesion fund.

The Corridor aims at fostering the development of key ports as major multimodal logistic platforms and improving the multimodal connections of major economic centres in Central Europe to the coastlines, using rivers such as the Elbe. Its southern part extends, across the Mediterranean Sea, from Greece to Cyprus while its northern part ends in Germany, in the North and Baltic seas.

CEF support to the Orient/East-Med TEN-T Corridor

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CEF support to Orient - East-Med Corridor - 2020
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