Reserve List Still Active

Thanks to the funding allocated to, but not used by the supported projects coming back to the Programme, there have been several further projects from the Third Call Reserve List funded over the course of this year, bringing the final count of supported projects to 163. 

“Three Rivers = One Aim” project, the latest of the Reserve List Projects is just about to have its opening event in a few days, which will mark the 163rd project opened within the course of the Hungary-Croatia CBC Programme 2007-2013. The project will be implemented alongside the rest of the still running projects, most of which are focused on the large-scale tourism infrastructure development.
To support the smooth implementation of those project as well, a consultation workshop with the representatives of the projects’ Lead Beneficiaries was held at the Joint Technical Secretariat’s premises in Budapest on 10 September 2014. During the meeting the project owners were given information about the rules regarding the implementation of the projects, with special regard to the more challenging activities, such as investment into infrastructure development, furthermore reporting via IMIS system. Basic information were also given about the communication and visibility requirements, as well as the First Level Control/Control Body contacts.
With the Programme approaching its closure, the implementation of the remaining running projects in due time and with the fewest possible problems will be a major concern for all the programme implementing bodies. 

Results of public consultation on border obstacles
25 May 2016

The European Commission has published the result of the public consultation on the border obstacles . The results are available in all official EU languages. 
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TOUR PACK - Project Closing Conference in Alexandrapuszta
18 February 2016

The closing conference of the TOUR PACK project  was held in Alexandrapuszta (Hungary) on 15 February,  with the project partners taking this opportunity to present the results of the project, most prominently the joint trilingual tourism portal ...
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