The Carpathian Euroregion is an international association formed on February 14, 1993, by the representatives of the regional administrations of Poland, Ukraine, Slovakia and Hungary in the city of Debrecen. In 2000, the request from several regional administrations of Romania to join the Euroregion was accepted.
The Carpathian Euroregion comprises 19 administrative units of five countries from Central and East Europe, which are Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Ukraine and Romania. Its total area is about 160 000 km2 or over 60 thousands square miles. It is inhabited by over 15 million people.
The Carpathian Euroregion is designed to bring together the people who inhabit the region of the Carpathian Mountains and to facilitate their cooperation in the fields of science, culture, education, trade, tourism and economy.
- Hungary - Miskolc, Nyíregyháza, Szolnok, Debrecen
- Poland - Rzeszów, Przemyśl, Sanok, Krosno
- Romania - Botoşani, Zalău, Suceava, Baia Mare, Oradea, Satu Mare, Rǎdǎuţi, Miercurea-Ciuc, Odorheiu Secuiesc
- Slovakia - Prešov, Košice, Moldava nad Bodvou
- Ukraine - Chernivtsi, Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv, Drohobych, Uzhhorod, Mukachevo.
- Lviv - 729 000
- Chernivtsi - 259 000
- Košice - 235 000
- Ivano-Frankivsk - 225 500
- Oradea - 206 600
- Debrecen - 206 200
- Rzeszów - 179 500
- Miskolc - 169 200
- (5): Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County, Hajdú-Bihar County, Heves County, Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok County, Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County
- (1): Subcarpathian Voivodeship
- (7): Bihor County, Botoşani County, Harghita County, Maramureş County, Sălaj County, Satu Mare County, Suceava County
- (2): Košice Region, Prešov Region
- (4): Chernivtsi Oblast, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, Lviv Oblast, Zakarpattya Oblast
- Carpathian Europregion - Polish website
- Council of Europe: euroregions
- Working paper on Euroregions with a list
- Carpathian Euroregion - Geographical data