This week, an exhibition specifically dedicated to the EEA Grants opened in the premises of the EU‘s foreign service. The exhibition consists of posters that portray the diversity of work carried out by the EEA Grants, which is funded by Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein. The posters display examples of individual projects funded by the EEA Grants in the in the 15 beneficiary states within the EU.
At the inauguration, attended by around 80 people, the ambassadors of the EEA EFTA-countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, gave speeches, along with Christian Leffler, deputy Secretary-General of the European External Action Services (EEAS).
The intention is for the exhibition to tour around other locations of Brussels.
The speech of Ambassador Gunnar Palsson can be read in full here.