Month: January 2013

AdriGov Project

AdriGov, an European project that aims to support the Euroregion AdriGov (Adriatic Governance Operational Plan) is an European Territorial Cooperation project financed under the IPA Adriatic Cross Border Cooperation Programme, coordinated by Molise Region. The 13 regional authorities started the project initiative thanks to their membership of the Adriatic-Ionian Euroregion. The project aims to strength the institutional cooperation in the Adriatic-Ionian area providing a significant contribution to the cross board cooperation. The overall objective of AdriGov is to define and implement an Adriatic governance Operational Plan, reinforcing the institutional cooperation and promoting a shared model of governance in the Adriatic...

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VIII General Assembly of the Adriatic Euroregion – Termoli 15-01-2013

Pursuant the provision of the article 17 of the Adriatic Euroregion Statute, please take note that the VIII General Assembly of the Adriatic Euroregion will be held in Termoli (Campobasso, Italy) – at the Council Chamber of the City Hall – on the 15th January, 2013 at 11.00 a.m., with the following agenda: 1. Communication of the President; 2. Changes of the Statute and organizational structure of the Association; 3. Adriatic-Ionian Macroregional Strategy – Updates; 4. IPA Adriatic CBC Programme: Strategic Projects; 5. Any other issue. In the attached file you can find pratical information and the registration form...

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AdriGov Project: Kick-Off Meeting in Termoli

One step towards the EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Macroregion: the contribution of the local and regional authorities ADRIGOV, GENERAL AND SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE AdriGov aims to strength the institutional cooperation in the Adriatic-Ionian area. The project will define and implement an Adriatic governance operational plan, reinforcing the institutional cooperation and promoting a shared model of governance in the Adriatic and Ionian basin.  The specific objective of AdriGov are as follows: to contribute to the accession process into the European Union of Adriatic partner countries by: reinforcing their relations with the European institutions and relevant actors; promoting EU legislation and acquis communautaire transposition; enhance the multi-level governance and the regional dimension of EU policies;  to contribute to define the new cross border cooperation in post IPA programing period; to define a pilot action on multilevel governance; to improve the local authorities planning capacity, through training courses and experience exchanges in order to acquire specific skills concerning European project cycle management, structural funds management, fund raising and networking activities. The kick-off meeting of AdriGov Project took place in Termoli (Italy) on 14th of January, 2013. Main participants: Project partners, Representatives of the Adriatic Euroregion, Representatives of  the Governments, Representatives of the relevant Adriatic and Ionian Networks, Representative of EU institutions. In the attached file you can find the meeting agenda, pratical information and the registration form....

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The European Council gives the go-ahead to develop a new integrated macro-regional strategy for the Adriatic-Ionian

During the meeting of 13/14 December, the European Council has given the “go-ahead” to develop a new integrated macro-regional strategy for the Adriatic-Ionian by the European Commission to be achieved by 2014. In particular,  the point 26 of the conclusion (EUCO 205/12), under the “Regional Strategies” section, says: “Recalling its June 2011 conclusions, and subject to the evaluation of the concept of macroregional strategies as foreseen in the Council conclusions of 13 April 2011, the European Council looks forward to the presentation by the Commission of a new EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian region before the end of 2014”. The decision follows another important measure, the launch of a “Maritime Strategy of the European Union to the Adriatic Sea and the Ionian Sea” adopted by the European Commission and officially presented to Parliament and the European Council on 30 November....

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