Baltic Sea Action Summit
Klaipėda water and wastewater networks project 2004/LT/16/C/PE/005, valued according to the EU decision at 75 million Litas, of which 63 per cent of necessary funds are allocated by the European Union's Cohesion Fund, 15 per cent by the Government of the Republic of the Lithuania and 22 per cent by AB Klaipėdos Vanduo, is entering into its final phase.
The Baltic Sea is an offshoot of the Atlantic Ocean, deeply penetrating the north-eastern part of Europe. Its area is about 422,700 km2 and length about 1,800 km. The deepest point is the Landsort recess with a depth of 459 m. The depth of the Lithuanian coast of the Baltic Sea is only about 50 m. The Baltic Sea is surrounded by the coasts of Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Poland, and Russia.
The questions asked in the title of this article are not only theoretical - they both have to be solved. Because the decision on the connection of the user to the networks is not made by the water supplier or another person, but rather by the user himself, when discussing this problem, it would therefore be more rational to use the term "user connection".