On 10 September 2013 in the conference room of the Ethnographic Museum in Toruń the experts, academics, politicians and representatives of local government and business met and discussed the opportunities and threats for the development of water management in Poland.
Marshals of eight voivodeships signed on 7 August 2013 in Grudziądz a declaration of cooperation on supporting a presidential project of a law enabling the creation of cycling and walking touristic paths on the flood embankments. The ceremony of signing was attended the President of the Republic of Poland Bronisław Komorowski.
On 10-11 July 2013 the first Inland Shipping Council was held in Elbląg. The meeting was attended by over 100 people – Marshals of Voivodeships, representatives of organizations, associations, foundations, clusters and associations engaged in inland waterways. – said member of Pomorskie Voivodeship Management, Czesław Elzanowski, who participated the meeting.
On 22 June 2013 in Bydgoszcz a conference was held on the current state and future of MDW E40 and E70 in Poland. The main topics discussed on the conference were the possibilities of increasing the attractiveness and stimulating the development of regions along the inland waterways by making use of transport, energy and tourism capacity of rivers and integration of Vistula with international transport network TEN-T.
From 11 to 13 July 2013 there will be Fourth International Regatta Three Marshals' Cup taking place at Vistula and Kaliningrad Lagoon.
On 3 June 2013 the founding meeting of the Pomeranian River Cluster was held, which led to the adoption of the statute and selection of the Founding Committee for resolving the issues related to the registration of the association.
On 23 May 2013 a conference entitled "The Sea and the Rivers Together" was held on selected projects related to the reactivation of water transport on the Vistula, and discussions on the Cluster's statute. The conference was held under the patronage of mrs Elżbieta Bieńkowska, the Minister of Regional Development.
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