This week (XXIV) Euroregion: Siret-Prut-Nistru (projects)

Many projects have been implemented by this euroregional association. Here we point out just few of them:

  1. 2013 – The Cross-Border Business Forum represents an undoubted manifestation of the mission undertaken by Iasi County Council and the Siret-Prut-Nistru Euroregion to increase the development of cross-border economic relations at the eastern border of the European Union. The Cross-Border Business Forum was attended by more than 200 companies from 23 districts belonging to Siret-Prut-Nistru Euroregion that represent the districts of Republic of Moldova, Vinnitsa, Odessa, Cernauti and Ivano-Frankivsk Regions (Ukraine) and from the 6 counties belonging to North-East Region (Romania), (to see companies descriptions please visit our site http://forum-euroregiune.org/)   who had the opportunity to exhibit and present their activity (products) and to interact with each other. The official opening of the Business Forum took place on June 17 and was attended by numerous officials from the three countries. Second day of the event was dedicated to big companies and big projects of local government. Were presented large projects supported by Iasi County Council, Administrations from Vinnitsa and Chernivtsi, and Bacau Chamber of Commerce. Also, big companies like Valrom Industries, MPP Ruslana and UKR PRO INVEST (Ukraine) and EximBank, Antibiotice Iasi, Fortus, Hydramold, Brikstone (Romania) presented their interest in cross-border collaboration.
  2. 2013 – Cultural Management – Framework for maintaing Traditional Values in Republic of Moldova was composed of training of local pillars for project management in Republic of Moldova. To this end, the project included a training for preparing as project managers, specialists in culture, delegated by each Council – Member of the Association “Siret-Prut-Nistru Euroregion”. At the same time, it aims to inform participants about the common elements of tradition, between Romania and Republic of Moldova, based on cultural objectives from Iasi. The training included ways of identifying funding sources, how to prepare an application for funding, the basic elements of a project and the implementation/project management. Training sessions were completed with the student’s assessment phase, and awarding CNFPA accredited diplomas for project manager. The training session was held in Iasi, between 08.26.2013 – 08.30.2013. The results of the “Cultural Management – Framework for Preserving Traditional Values ​​in Moldova” project was represented by the common development of 5 projects to promote the traditional values ​​and elements in Republic of Moldova. Sponsors: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Department of Policies for Relation with Romanians Abroad

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