A short timeline
June 2006 – The idea of Transit Route Via Carpatia was born by Poland
October 2006 – Conference “One Route – Four Countries” . Ministers of Poland, Lithuania, Hungary and Slovakia discussed the topic on the north-south transit route – Via Carpatia. The signature of the Declaration of Lancut was the result of the Conference. National governments have committed to include the Via Carpatia route among priorities of the national transport policy.
October 2010 – International Conference. Ministers of Transport from 7 countries signed together “The Via Carpatia Declaration”
November 2012 – Receipt of the call “Transport Route Via Carpatia - opportunity to boost the competitiveness of the EU eastern regions” aimed at supporting the construction of Transit Route Via Carpatia and its integration into the TEN-T network