Category Archives: 2017
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.
Over 100 experts, from 23 different countries (including 3 non-EU countries) engaged in the implementation of macro regional strategies were present at the seminar organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary on the 23rd of May in Brussels. The event, which was hosted by the Permanent Representation of Hungary to the EU, has generated very much interest and gave the opportunity to the existing macro regional strategies to share their experiences, but also gave the possibility … Continue reading