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Estonia–Latvia–Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme within the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument 2007–2013

Large SCALE Projects


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LARGE SCALE PROJECTS

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SAFE ROAD (ELR-LSP-1) BCP NARVA–IVANGOROD (ELR-LSP-2) COMMON PEIPSI (ELR-LSP-3) VIENTULI–BRUNISHEVO (ELR-LSP-4) NARVA–IVANGOROD (ELR-LSP-6) Information

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SUUREMAHULISED PROJEKTID

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Turvaline Tee (ELR-LSP-1) PiiriÜletuspunkt Narva–Ivangorod (ELR-LSP-2) Ühine Peipsi (ELR-LSP-3) VIENTULI–BRUNISHEVO (ELR-LSP-4) NARVA–IVANGOROD (ELR-LSP-6) kontaktid

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LIELA MĒROGA PROJEKTI

68 70 73 75 77 79

DROŠAIS CEĻŠ (ELR-LSP-1) NARVA–IVANGORODA RŠV (ELR-LSP-2) Kopīgais Peipuss (ELR-LSP-3) VIENTUĻI–BRUNIŠEVA (ELR-LSP-4) NARVA–IVANGORODA (ELR-LSP-6) kontakti

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КРУПНОМАСШТАБНЫЕ ПРОЕКТЫ

84 86 89 91 93 95

Безопасная дорога (ELR-LSP-1) МАПП Нарва–Ивангород (ELR-LSP-2) Общее Чудское озеро (ELR-LSP-3) Виентули–Брунишево (ELR-LSP-4) Нарва–Ивангород (ELR-LSP-6) Контакты


Programme area

FINLAND

ESTONIA

LATVIA

Russia

LITHUANIA

Russia POLAND

BELARUS


Estonia–Latvia–Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme within European Neighbourhood and Partnership instrument 2007–2013

LARGE SCALE PROJECTS Estonia–Latvia–Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme within the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument 2007–2013 financially supports joint cross border development activities for the improvement of the region’s competitiveness by utilising its potential and beneficial location on the crossroads between the European Union and Russian Federation. The Programme web-site is www.estlatrus.eu.


PROGRAMME The Estonia–Latvia–Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme (Programme) is implemented within the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument 2007–2013.

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OBJECTIVE The strategic objective of the Programme is to promote joint development activities for improvement of the region`s competitiveness by utilising its potential and beneficial location in the cross roads between the EU and the Russian Federation. The specific objective of the Programme is to make the wider border area an attractive place for its inhabitants and businesses through activities aimed at improving the living standards of local population and investment climate. ESSENCE OF THE LARGE SCALE PROJECTS Large scale cross-border project (LSP) is a strategic investment project contributing to socio-economic development of the whole cross-border area and having a strong political support at the national level.

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CRITERIA FOR THE LARGE SCALE PROJECTS •  Contracted through the direct award procedure •  Project size is over MEUR 2 •  Directly related to the Programme objective and fit the Programme Priority I – Socioeconomic development or Priority II – Common challenges •  Has a clear cross-border impact and investment character •  Is coherent with state/regional development strategies •  Has the Lead Partner, clearly identified as the only one being able to implement the LSP •  Is strongly supported by the National Authorities* of the Programme on both sides of the border *National Authorities are national institutions responsible for the Programme development, relevant policy making and monitoring of the Programme on behalf of the participating countries. National Authorities are: in Estonia – Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Estonia in Latvia – Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of the Republic of Latvia in Russia – Ministry of Regional Development of the Russian Federation FINANCIAL ALLOCATION In total EUR 26 096 744 of the Programme Grants are allocated to large scale projects. Additional financing, EUR 9 081 558 has been made available from the Estonian State budget to the projects with Estonian partners.


LARGE SCALE PROJECTS OBJECT LOCATION AND PARTNERS

Safe Road ELR-LSP-1 •  Pechory (Partner – Pechory District Administration, Pskov Pskov Region, Russia) •  Varska (Partner – Estonian Road Administration Southern Regional Centre, Tartu, Estonia)

•  Pskov (Municipal enterprise of the Pskov city “Gorvodokanal”, Pskov, Russia) •  Gdov (Administration of Gdov District, Gdov, Russia) •  Cheryokha village (Administration of Pskov District, Pskov, Russia) •  Pechory (Administration of Pechory District, Pechory, Russia) •  Leschikhino village (State institution of social service “Pervomaysky psycho neurologic dispensary”, Palkinsky rayon, 181292 Pskov Oblast, Russia)

BCP Narva–Ivangorod ELR-LSP-2 •  Narva (Estonian Ministry of the Interior, State Real Estate Ltd, Tallinn, Estonia) •  Ivangorod (Northwest territorial administration of Rosgranitsa, Rosgranstroy – St. Petersburg branch, MF Ivangorod Centre for Sustainable Development, Ivangorod, Russia)

Vientuli–Brunishevo ELR-LSP-4 •  Vientuli, Vilakas region (State Joint Stock Company “State Real Estate”, Riga, Latvia) •  Brunishevo, Krasnogorodskij District, Pskov region (Northwest territorial administration of Rosgranitsa, Rosgranstroy Pskov branch, Russia)

Common Peipsi ELR-LSP-3 •  Rapina (Rapina Rural Municipality Government, Rapina, Estonia) •  Mustvee (Mustvee City Government, Mustvee, Estonia) •  Kallaste (Kallaste City Government, Kallaste, Estonia) •  Tartu (Tartu City Government, Tartu, Estonia)

Narva–Ivangorod ELR-LSP-6 •  Narva (Narva City Government, Department for Development and Economy, Narva, Estonia) •  Ivangorod (Leningrad Region State Cultural Institution “Museum Agency”, Ivangorod, Russia)

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PROGRAMME TERRITORY

Helsinki

SAINT PETERsBURG

Tallinn Narva

Mustvee Pärnu

Ivangorod

Gdov

Kallaste

Velikij Novgorod

Tartu Räpina Värska Pskov Pechory Cheryokha Leschikhino Brunishevo

Jūrmala

Rīga

Vientuļi

Rēzekne Velikie Luki

Daugavpils


SAINT PETERsBURG Tallinn

V채rska Pechory R카ga


SAFE ROAD ELR-LSP-1 Priority I Socio-economic development Measure 1.2. Transport, logistics and communication solutions

Improvement of Traffic and Border Crossing Possibilities in Värska–Pechory Monastery Road The overall objective of the project is to increase the competitiveness of the cross-border region through development of traffic possibilities in Värska-Pechory monastery road, including border crossing in Koidula/Kunichina Gora border crossing point (BCP).

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Main activities Investments to road infrastructure in Estonia: •  Preparation of technical documentation for reconstruction of road Section Värska–Reha and Reha–Koidula, foot- and cycle paths in Värska village and Koidula border area; •  Reconstruction of ca 14,6 km road section Reha–Koidula and ca 2,4 km of road section Värska–Reha to provide faster and safer traffic possibilities for trucks, cars;

•  Construction of ca 1,6 km long foot-and cycle paths in Värska village and ca 0,3 km long foot- and cycle paths in Koidula border area between border crossing point and parking area.

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Investments to road infrastructure and parking areas in Russia: •  Preparation of technical documentation for reconstruction of the road section Kunichina Gora BCP–Pechory monastery; •  Reconstruction of ca 2,1 km long road from Kunichina Gora BCP to Pechory monastery; •  Construction of ca 2,1 km cycle paths and ca 2,1 km foot paths to provide safer traffic possibilities for bicyclists and pedestrians in Pechory; 19

•  Preparation of technical documentation for parking areas in Pskovskaja Street in Pechory and near Kunichina Gora BCP; •  Construction of ca 0,5 ha parking area for tourist buses in Pskovskaja Street in Pechory; •  Improvement of tourism information system in border areas of South- East Estonia and Pskov region–installation of 4 information boards in Värska village, Koidula BCP, Kunichina Gora BCP and Pechory.


Partners Lead Partner – Estonian Road Administration (Estonia) Partners Administration of Pechory District (Russia) Municipal Culture Institution “Pechory Culture Centre” (Russia) General partnership “Shans&Co” (Russia)

Budget Programme co-financing EUR 4 699 999,50* Partners co-financing EUR 1 179 943,65 Total Budget EUR 5 879 943,15 *Estonian State contribution EUR 2 430 000,00 (included in Programme co-financing) Duration February 2011 – October 2014 45 month

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Contacts: Silja Lehtpuu – Project Manager silja.lehtpuu@gravitas.ee www.mnt.ee

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SAINT PETERsBURG Tallinn

Narva

R朝ga

Ivangorod


BCP NARVA窶的VANGOROD ELR-LSP-2 Priority I Socio-economic development Measure 1.2. Transport, logistics and communication solutions

Complex Reconstruction of Border Crossing Points in Invangorod and in Narva The overall objective of the project is to minimize the negative effect of existing border barriers, to facilitate the regions` competitive development and create a good image of Narva窶的vangorod BCPs.

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Main activities Narva-1 (Estonia) – BCP for motor vehicles and pedestrians •  Preparation of reconstruction project of new terminal; •  Construction and equipping of new pedestrian terminal (with 11 gates); •  Renovation of customs and border office buildings; •  Expansion, reconstruction and equipment of car control area; •  Unification of border and custom control for trucks; •  Installation of video security system; •  Road surface renovation in border crossing point area. Narva-2 (Estonia) – BCP for pedestrians •  Examination of the pedestrian bridge, preparation ofreconstruction project and renovation of the bridge; •  Renovation of terminal for establishing conditions for custom control; •  Improvement of accessibility for people with special needs; •  Renovation of BCP square pavement; •  Obtaining furniture, control equipment, X-ray, video security system.

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Ivangorod (Russia) – BCP for motor vehicles and pedestrians •  Elaboration of design and estimates for new pedestrian terminal; •  Construction of new pedestrian terminal; •  Reconstruction of pavement and its fence tunnel; •  Installation of pedestrian area complex security and communication system andreconstruction of priority areas (incl. bus area).

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Parusinka, Ivangorod (Russia) – BCP for pedestrians •  Elaboration of technical documentation for new terminal; •  Construction of new terminal (with 6 gates); •  Landscaping of BCP area; •  Construction of external engineering networks; •  Installation of complex security system; •  Installation of furniture, X-ray and control equipment.


Partners Lead Partner – Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Estonia Partners State Joint-Stock Company “State Real Estate” (Estonia) Federal Agency for Development of the State Border Facilities of Russian Federation “Rosgranitsa” (Russia) Federal State Budget institution “Rosgranstroy” (Russia) Municipal Fund “Ivangorod Centre for Sustainable Development” (Russia)

BUDGET Programme co-financing EUR 7 399 013,00* Partners co-financing EUR 822 113,00 Total Budget EUR 8 221 126,00 *Estonian State contribution EUR 2 497 594,00 (included in Programme co-financing) Duration February 2011 – December 2014 47 month

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Contacts: Valeri Kevlitsh – Project Manager valeri.kevlits@siseministeerium.ee www.siseministeerium.ee

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SAINT PETERsBURG Tallinn

Mustvee

Gdov

Kallaste Tartu R채pina

Pechory R카ga

Pskov Cheryokha Leschikhino


COMMON PEIPSI ELR-LSP-3 Priority II Common challenges Measure 2.1. Joint actions aimed at protection of environment and natural resources

Economically and Environmentally Sustainable Lake Peipsi area Overall objective of the project is to promote sustainable socio-economic and environmental development of the Lake Peipsi area.

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Main activities In Estonia: •  Establishment of facilities for mooring of watercrafts in 3 harbours (ca104 mooring places – Tartu 44, Mustvee 40, Räpina 20); •  Establishment of facilities for ship reparation and maintenance in Kallaste harbour;

•  Arrangement of reception of cargo residues and ship-generated waste in 4 harbours (Tartu, Räpina, Mustvee and Kallaste); •  Creation of additional workplaces in harbours/docks after project implementation (ca 15 directly related to harbours/docks).

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In Russia: •  Construction and reconstruction of waste water treatment plants and facilities in Gdov town, Cheryokha village, Pechory town, Leschikhino village and Pskov area; •  Acquire information about the technical condition of the wastewater treatment facilities in 16 areas in the Lake Peipsi basin;

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•  Preparation of Feasibility Study aiming at improvement of waste water treatment facilities for 16 areas of the Pskov region in Lake Peipsi area; •  Update of special regional ecological programme “Pure water of the Pskov region 2012–2017” concerning improvement of the wastewater treatment system of the Lake Peipsi basin.


Partners Lead Partner – Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Estonia Partners •  Tartu City Government (Estonia) •  Mustvee Town Government (Estonia) •  Kallaste Town Government (Estonia) •  Räpina Rural Municipality Government (Estonia) •  State Committee on Natural Management and Protection of the Environment in Pskov Region (Russia)

•  Administration of Gdov District (Russia) •  Administration of Pskovsky District (Russia) •  Administration of Pechory District (Russia) • State Institution of Social Service “Pervomaysky psycho-neurologic Dispensary” (Russia) •  Municipal enterprise of the Pskov city “Gorvodokanal” (Russia)

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Budget Programme co-financing EUR 8 526 607,30* Partners co-financing EUR 947 401,70 Total Budget EUR 9 474 009,00 *Estonian State contribution EUR 2 317 477,00 (included in Programme co-financing) Duration February 2011 – December 2014 47 months

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Contacts: Helena Musthallik – Project Manager helena.musthallik@siseministeerium.ee www.siseministeerium.ee


SAINT PETERsBURG Tallinn

Brunishevo Rīga

Vientuļi


VIENTULI-BRUNISHEVO ELR-LSP-4 Priority I Socio-economic development Measure 1.2. Transport, logistics and communication solutions

Reconstruction of Border Crossing Point “Vientuli” and Arrangement of Border Crossing Point “Brunishevo” Overall objective of the project is to increase qualitative and quantitative capacity of Border Crossing Point (BCPs) Vientuli/Ludonka and Pededze/Brunishevo and thus improve overall capacity of Latvian– Russian BCP infrastructure.

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Main activities Improvement of BCP infrastructure and facilities in Vientuli (Latvia): •  Preparation of technical documentation for reconstruction of BCP; •  Preparation of technical design for the external power connection; •  Accomplishment of basic site preparation works (drainage ditch construction and reconstruction of driveways fence); •  Establishment of water supply, sewerage and waste water treatment plant;

•  Construction of power and heat supply; •  Establishment of communication infrastructure; •  Reconstruction of main buildings of BCP and basic infrastructure (administration building, control lanes infrastructure, roof over the control area for four lanes, two control pavilions at entry and exit; vehicle and container automatic identification system (VCAIS) on four lanes).

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Improvement of BCP infrastructure and facilities in Brunishevo (Russia): •  Preparation of technical documentation for reconstruction of the Brunishevo BCP; •  Reconstruction of building site (administrative building and foundation of additional control buildings, auxiliary facilities, fencing around restricted area); •  Construction of power and heat supply, public lighting;

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•  Installation of communication and security systems; •  Establishment of water supply, sewerage and rainwater drainage infrastructure and facilities; •  Reconstruction and marking of driveways, installation of traffic and information signs; •  Landscaping.


Partners Lead Partner – State Joint-Stock Company “State Real Estate” (Latvia) Partners Federal Agency for Development of the State Border Facilities of Russian Federation (Rosgranitsa) (Russia) Federal State Budget institution Rosgranstroy (Russia)

Budget Programme co-financing EUR 8 368 373,00 Partners co-financing EUR 929 819,00 Total Budget EUR 9 298 192,00 Duration February 2011 – December 2014 47 month

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Contacts: Jurijs Kondratenko – Senior EU Project Manager jurijs.kondratenko@vni.lv www.vni.lv

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SAINT PETERsBURG Tallinn

Narva

R朝ga

Ivangorod


NARVA窶的VANGOROD ELR-LSP-6 Priority I Socio-economic development Measure 1.3. Tourism development

Development of the Unique Narva窶的vangorod Trans-Border Fortresses Ensemble as a Single Cultural and Tourist object The overall objective of the project is to increase the competitiveness of the cross-border region through development of the unique Narva窶的vangorod trans-border fortresses ensemble as a single cultural and tourist object.

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Main activities: Improvement of Narva fortress tourist infrastructure (Estonia): •  Reconstruction of Victoria bastion and opening it for visitors as a tourist attraction, creation of exposition and visitor centre; •  Improvement of landscape and access to territory;

•  Installation of external illumination; •  Creation of 2 full-time working places; •  Creation of equal possibilities for different groups for visiting Victoria Bastion; •  Improvement of accessibility to Narva fortress for people with special needs.

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Improvement of Ivangorod fortress tourist infrastructure (Russia): •  Reconstruction of Small Powder Granary of the 17th century and opening it for visitors as a tourist attraction, creation of exposition, exhibition and visitor centre; •  Conservation of the Quadrangular fortress of 1492;

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•  Improvement of landscape and access to territory; •  Installation of external illumination; •  Creation of 1 full-time working place; •  Creation of equal possibilities for different groups for visiting Small Powder Granary.


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Partners Lead Partner – Narva City Government, Department for Development and Economy (Estonia) Partner The Leningrad Region State Cultural Institution “Museum Agency” (Russia) Budget Programme co-financing EUR 6 184 309,00* Partners co-financing EUR 687 146,00 Total Budget EUR 6 871 455,00 *Estonian State contribution EUR 1 836 487,00 (included in Programme co-financing) 45

Duration February 2011 – December 2014 47 month Contacts: Anna Karina – Project Manager lsp6@narva.ee www.narva.ee


INFORMATION

www.estlatrus.eu Main office of the Joint Technical Secretariat Ausekla iela 14–3 Riga LV–1010, Latvia Phone: +371 6750 9520 Fax: +371 6750 9523 e-mail: info@estlatrus.eu Joint Managing Authority Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of the Republic of Latvia Peldu iela 25, LV–1494, Riga, Latvia www.varam.gov.lv Branch Office in Tartu Sõbra 56, 51013, Tartu, Estonia Phone: +372 738 6011 Branch Office in Pskov Sovetskaya Street 60a, p.3, (4th floor), Pskov, Russia Phone: +7 81 12 79 40 54 Branch Office in Saint Petersburg Izmailovsky Prospect 14, St. Petersburg, Russia Office 316, phone: +7 812 325 83 51 (for St. Petersburg) Office 314A, phone: +7 812 325 51 84 (for Leningrad oblast) 47

National Authorities: Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Estonia https://www.siseministeerium.ee/ Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of the Republic of Latvia http://www.varam.gov.lv Ministry of Regional Development of the Russian Federation http://www.minregion.ru/


IN SUPPORT OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

This publication has been produced with the financial assistance of the Estonia–Latvia–Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme within European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument 2007–2013. The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of Joint Managing Authority of the Programme and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the Programme participating countries, alongside with the European Union.

Text: The Joint Technical Secretariat of Estonia–Latvia–Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme within European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument 2007–2013 Photos: We would like to thank the Large Scale Project managers and Aivars Viļumsons for great photos. Design: Dita Pence Printing: Zelta Rudens Printed in December 2013


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