Switzerland

In this section you will find information about Interreg Europe in your country - who to contact for programme information, which organisations are responsible for Structural Funds, if there are any information seminars happening, what system of first level control is set up in your country and any other information specific to your location.

National point of contact

If you need basic information about the programme, if you have any questions on how the programme rules are interpreted in your country, if you want to check whether your organisation is eligible for funding, or if you want to know if there are any information events organised, then get in touch with your point of contact.

Cyril Lyner
State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO, Regional Policy Division
Holzikofenweg 36
3003 Bern
Switzerland

Phone: +41 (31) 58 464 73 50
Fax: +41 (31) 58 462 27 68
E-mail: cyril.lyner@seco.admin.ch

National events

Details of any events organised in your country are published here. The national point of contact is responsible for the organisation and registration for national events.

National information day on Interreg Europe is an event for potential applicants. It is an opportunity to gain a deeper insight into the features of the new interregional cooperation programme. The event also offers inspiring examples of INTERREG IVC projects and their achievements.

No national event planned at the moment.

First level control information

This section provides information on the system set up for first level control in your country. Any costs associated with this control are indicated so they can be planned for in any project budget.

For information concerning the first level control system applying to Swiss partners it is advised to contact the Swiss national contact point:

Daniel Lenggenhager

Federal Department of Economic Affairs,
Education and Research EAER
State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO
Regional Policy Division

Phone: +41 58 462 28 72
Fax. +41 58 462 27 68
E-mail: daniel.lenggenhager@seco.admin.ch

 

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