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... it is clear in the General Annes to the Work Programmes that the European Commission aims to have the countries associated to the Seventh Framework Programme in principle also to be associated to Horizon 2020 by the time the first grant agreements under Horizon 2020 are signed. This applies to Albania, Bosnia and Herzigovina, Faroe Islands, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Moldova, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland and Turkey. As mentioned above, for the Western Balkans (except Kosovo*) these proceedures are well on track and shall be concluded soon, making Albania, Bosina and Herzegovina, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro and ...
... It brought several representatives from the European Commission to Budva to speak about Horizon 2020 both in political as well as in practical terms. The EC delegation was led by Wolfgang Burtscher, Deputy Director General of DG Research and Innovation who spoke to the Minister of Education and Sports of Albania (H.E. Lindita Nikolla), the Minister of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina (H.E. Sredoje Novic), Ambassador of the Republic of Macedonia to Montenegro (H.E. Aleksandar Vasilevski), Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development (H.E. Tomislav Jovanovic) and Minister of Education, Science and Technology of Kosovo* (H ...
... economy in November 2013. The strategy aims at creating one million new jobs in the region by 2020, by concentrating on food and beverage processing, and tourism, as priority areas of cooperation. The Board was also informed about the 14th Coordination Meeting of the Troika (Romania as the current chair, Albania and The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) of the South-East European Cooperation Process, the RCC Secretariat and the European Union, held yesterday. The RCC Board meets three times a year and is chaired by the RCC Secretary General. The Board provides the RCC with operational guidance and supervision. It ...
This research report offers an analysis of the barriers and opportunities experienced by rural entrepreneurs through engaging diasporas in Albania and BiH. The report is a direct result from the RRPP research project Linking Rural Entrepreneurs and Diaspora in Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina implemented by the Centre for Economic Development and Research (CEDAR) of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in cooperation with the Albanian Centre for Social-Economic Research (ACSER) of Albania. The report ...
... in Cetinje, Montenegro; Suvača in Kikinda and Coal Mine in Senje, Serbia; Zlatko's Tower, Archaeological Site of Stobi, Aqueduct in Skopje, and Church St. George in Staro Nagorichane, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, with the works at the Fortress of Gumnishte in Kosovo* and St. Mary Monastery in Apollonia, Albania, being in the final phase. “The works done include urgent consolidation, preliminary investigations to assess and identify the most valuable options for the rehabilitation, and preparation of site management plans to sustain the rehabilitation projects,” said Ivana Nakikj, Head of Secretariat of the RCC Task Force on Culture and Society ...
The author article by the RCC Secretary General, has been published by 9 dailies from the region: in Politika (Serbia, published on 24 January 2014); Dnevni avaz, Nezavisne novine and Vecernji list (Bosnia and Herzegovina, published on 22 January 2014); Vijesti (Montenegro, published on 20 January 2014); Mapo (Albania, published on 17 January 2014); Jutarnji list (Croatia, published on 17 January 2014); Utrinski vesnik (The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, published on 17 January 2014); and Tribuna (Kosovo*, published on 16 January 2014). The articles, including all translations to English are available at the language links below. http://www ...
This new programme will cover Greece, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Albania and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The "Balkan-Mediterranean" Programme will promote economic, social, environmental and institutional cohesion and development in the wider area by improving socio-economic competitiveness and institutional capacity in the regions. Its thematic priorities will be connectivity, environment and entrepreneurship. The estimated budget for the programme is ...
Call for abstracts Nowadays, the South-Eastern Europe (SEE) faces a challenge to increase the innovation capacity as a basic precondition for achieving sustainable growth and competitiveness on the global market. The new strategic direction of the SEE is based upon the ambitious goal to follow the leading world economies and to attain the EU membership. This implies the necessity for SEE countries to adjust towards the main EU developments. In this context, the new EU strategic framework ...
... Serbia) The Challenge of International Intervention: Balancing Justice and Order Dr. Maxine David (University of Surrey, United Kingdom) **Language instruction in all courses is English** We invite graduate students, advanced undergraduate students, NGO leaders and civil society activists from all countries to apply. Reduced tuition is available for applicants from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia. This reduced tuition is also available for students from other conflict or post-conflict regions. Full scholarship awarded by the European Fund for the Balkans is available for 10 strongest selected applicants from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia ...
... Source: European Commission Topics: WBIF Type: Other Beneficiaries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, FYR Macedonia, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Serbia, Western Balkans Keywords: call for proposals, Guidelines, wbif, western balkans investment framework Find all information on the Document website. This document aims to provide WBIF stakeholders, particularly officials from relevant institutions in WBIF beneficiaries, with a concise and user-friendly guide to preparing ...
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