The registration for the SEE Annual Conference 2013 to be held next 19th June in Bucharest (Romania) under the title "SEE achievements in view of the new programmes in the area" is now open.
The latest issue of the SEE newsletter is now available. The main topics of the issue are: the additional ENPI call for partners from Moldova and the experience gained from the previous restricted IPA call for partners from Montenegro; and the pre-announcement for the SEE Annual Event 2013.
The registration for the South East Europe Annual Conference 2013 to be held next 19th June in Bucharest (Romania) under the title "SEE achievements in view of the new programmes in the area" is going to be open in some days.
Save the date for the South East Europe Annual Conference 2013 next 19th June in Bucharest (Romania) under the title "SEE achievements in view of the new programmes in the area".
After the launch of the additional ENPI call for partners from Moldova, a Info Day is being organised in Chisinau next 22nd April to give all the information about the call to potential partners.
The South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme is organising the Annual Conference 2013 next 19th June in Bucharest (Romania) under the title "SEE achievements in view of the new programmes in the area".
The South East Europe Programme annonunces that the SEE Monitoring Committee with its decision of 19.03.2013 closed the 4th Call for Proposals.
The South East Europe Programme announces that the IPA Financing Agreement for the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has been signed on 11th February 2013.
We inform you that the second evaluation report has been published. This report is part of the ongoing evaluation of the SEE Programme 2007-2013 and it covers different issues such as project selection and generation, monitoring and implementation, programme communication, added value and future and case studies and best practices.
The Transnational European Territorial Cooperation Programme North West Europe (NWE) seeks a Finance Officer for their office in Lille (France).
Bosnia and Herzegovina and Albania are the fourth and fifth countries of the SEE Programme to have signed the IPA Financing Agreement after Montenegro, Serbia and Croatia did it in September and October 2012.
After the approval in September 2012 of 37 projects among those submitted in the 4th call for proposal, the Monitoring Committee has decided to approve 10 more projects of the 4th call reserve list which will be financed according to the availability of funds in the Programme.
The SEE JTS will be close between the 24th December 2012 to the 1st January 2013 due to Christmas holidays. Normal contacts will be again possible from the 2nd January 2013.
The SEE JTS has been invited to the Danube Region Transport Days that took place in
We would like to inform you that due to the fact that SEE JTS is moving from its present premises next Tuesday and Wednesday 4th and 5th December, some difficulties may arise to contact the SEE team during those days.
A new section has been created in the SEE Programme website containing the links to the rest of European Territorial Cooperation Programmes websites (Transnational, Cross Border and Interregional programmes).