Category Archives: CODCR as a Participant
11.12.2018, Bucharest: National Coordinator of EUSDR invites members of the Romanian Advisory Council to an internal meeting at Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Discussed are the structure of the EUSDR Advisory Council, its function and the procedure to promote projects. The Advisory Council supports EUSDR presidency of Romania. General Secretariat of Council of Danube Cities and Regions is member of the Advisory Council.
November 5-6th , 2018,Bucharest: Presidency of EUSDR was handed over to Romania at 7th Annual Forum what took place in Sofia. The launching event of Romanian Presidency was organized by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania and the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration. Purpose: to reactivate EUSDR by establishing proper priorities and target orientet lines of action. National and international experts, as
19.10.2018: CoDCR was represented by Peter Langer and Eric Bartha at this key event of EUSDR. Bulgaria and the European Commission, in cooperation with Danube Transnational Programme organized 7th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy of the Danube Region in Sofia. The main focus of the event was on tourism development as a precondition to economic growth and territorial cohesion.
18.10.2018, Sofia: Extended Executive Committee of the Council of Danube Cities and Regions (CoDCR) met in Sofia. There is a clear commitment to strengthening capacities to develop projects by using existing facilities, e.g. the status of CoDCR as legal entity. Special Guest: Rudolf Schicker presented new Danube Strategy Point with offices in Vienna and Bucharest. Congratulation to him for becomming DSP Coordinator. CoDCR’s general secretariat in Bucharest supports new Romanian presidency in EUSDR.
4th Business Conference TIL 2017, with the attendance and participation of all major transport and logistics market stakeholders, provided the environment for the exchange of ideas, knowledge and experiences in order to find optimal business solutions for the sustainable development of transport and logistics infrastructure as key factors of economic progress in South East Europe and the Danube region. On this regard, have been treated subjects as: WB6 / Co-financing of investment projects, Connectivity Agenda; regional cooperation in transport processes; … Continue reading
Taking into account that transport issues are at heart of all four EU macro-regional strategies and they connect not only countries within one macro-region but also countries across macro-regions, Interact III was calling for a Joint meeting of Transport Coordinators (water and land) of the all four EU macro-regional strategies. The meeting followed up on the discussion in the High Level Group for Macro-regional strategies (held on 30 May 2016) and has been supported by National Coordinators for the EUSBSR … Continue reading
The objective of the the 11th Steering Group (SG) meeting of Priority Area 5 (PA5) of the European Union Strategy for the Danube Region was: provide information on recent activities (EUSDR PA5, ICPDR, ISRBC, JRC, CC); update on project financing possibilities with a special focus on DTP and the Seed Money Facility and DSPF of EuroVienna; disseminate information about project proposals and project implementation related to PA5.
Work Program 2016-2018 has been agreed. Projects of Steinbeis Danube Center but also of Steinbeis Romania were accepted to put on the bilateral work program. “The cooperation with Steinbeis Network in Baden-Wuerttemberg shall be continued, along the already-established and the new lines of action.” (Protocol signed by Minister Costin Borc and Secretary of State Theresa Schopper) The projects focus on: Developing excellence centers for competitive measures in city and regional development in Romania; Dynamic mapping of the entrepreneurial, industrial and innovative … Continue reading
Every two years, the CoR holds a European Summit of Regions and Cities. These summits bring elected representatives from regional and local authorities together to discuss the main challenges facing the European Union. The Summit was organized by the European Committee of the Regions and co-hosted by the Bratislava Self-Governing Region and the City of Bratislava, in cooperation with the Slovak Presidency of the Council of the EU. Gathering over 700 participants and opened to all CoR members, this major … Continue reading