Liaison Office of the European Regional Organisations

Bureau de liaison des organisations régionales européennes (BLORE)
Bureau de Liaison de las Organizaciones Regionales Europeas
Verbindungsbüro der Europäischen Regionalorganisationen
Ufficio di Collegamento delle Organizzazioni Regionali Europee

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Founded

1980 Strasbourg France

History

1980, Strasbourg (France), by: D-XD6446 - Association of European Border Regions (AEBR); U-XE6885 - Committee for Cooperation of Alpine Regions; F-XD6554 - Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions of Europe (CPMR). Ceased to exist when activities were taken over by D-XE3500 - Assembly of European Regions (AER), set up 15 Jun 1985, Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium).

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UIA Org ID

XU0679

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