The end result of the project will be elaboration of the strategies for future actions that indicate the directions of further development, taking into account the issues of the nature conservation, safety of sailing, economic cooperation and the use of waterways and coastal areas. The project leader is the Maritime Institute in Gdansk, and the main partners are: the Peter P. Szirszowa Institute of Oceanology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Immanuel Kant University in Kaliningrad and cities: Bałtijsk and Kaliningrad. A member of the Committee on IWW E70 Revitalization Jerzy Wcisła was also invited to the project.
On 25 September 2013 a conference summarizing the half-way point of the project and discussing further plans for the future was held. A subject of water communication routes management and water tourism on the area of the Vistula Lagoon was presented by Jerzy Wcisła in the context of the IWW E70. It was the second conference held on this topic in Elbląg.
On 7 November 2013 another meeting was held on subject of spatial planning on the Vistula Lagoon, and on 13-15 November in Svetlogorsku a seminar took place on following subject: “Vistula Lagoon: the natural conditions and potential consequences of its use.”
The project is co-funded by the European Union under the ENPI Cross-Border Cooperation Programme Lithuania-Poland-Russia 2007-2013.