The Interreg Sudoe Program supports regional development in south-western Europe, financing transnational projects through the ERDF Fund. Thus, it promotes transnational cooperation to address issues common to the regions of that territory, such as low investment in research and development, low competitiveness of small and medium enterprises and exposure to climate change and environmental risks.
The Interreg Sudoe Program (abbreviation of the Interreg V-B Europe South-West Cooperation Program) was approved by the European Commission on June 18, 2015, with a budget of 141 million euros. The full text is available in Spanish, French, Portuguese and English.
The official text of the third call, published on June 5, 2018, informs of the opening of this call to three priority axes of the program, with a total FEDER budget allocation of 22,900,000 euros distributed as indicated below: