A new 60 million euros will be invested by the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works under the Danube Transnational Cooperation Program 2014-2020. This was announced by the press center of the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works.

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снимка: Klassa.bg

The Office has announced a third Call for Proposals. Projects under the Priorities “Restoration and management of ecological networks and corridors” will be financed; “Improvement of transnational water resource management and risk prevention; “Improvement of preparedness for management of risk situations”; “Improving energy security and energy efficiency”; “Raising institutional capacity to meet major societal challenges”.

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снимка: Министерство на туризма

The invitation consists of two stages – submitting a Call for Interest and submitting a full application form from the candidates approved at the first stage. The first application stage is open until 08 March 2019 (14:00 CET). The second stage of application is expected to be open in autumn 2019. The Joint Program Secretariat will assist candidates in the preparation of project proposals through consultations at bilateral meetings and on the telephone.
Detailed information on the Third Call is published on the program’s website here. It lists the required Application Documents, a Candidate Consultant Form, Event Information related to the Call; Platform for searching for potential partners and database for project ideas.

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The Danube Transnational Cooperation Program 2014-2020 is a financial instrument to encourage and initiate project ideas to address common challenges and needs in specific areas that deliver real benefits to people and build effective links between authorities and organizations in the Danube region.

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снимка: europa.eu

The total amount of funds in the programming period 2014-2020 amounts to 263 million euros provided by the European Regional Development Fund, the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance and national co-financing. Funding from the European Neighborhood Instrument is also envisaged. The Danube Program has four priority axes: Innovative and Socially Engaged Danube Region, Environment and Culturally Engaged Danube Region, Improved Connectivity of the Danube Region and Well-Managed Danube Region. Beneficiaries of the program may be national, regional and local authorities as well as non-governmental and private organizations.

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