The team responsible for the preparation of the Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027, funded by the European Union as part of its Cross-Border Cooperation, invites participants from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and other countries from the eligible area to take part in developing the programme.
A draft Territorial Analysis has already been developed and stakeholders are currently working on the programme strategy.
The consultation process, which will be open from 11 January to 12 February, includes an online survey for providing input on the policy and specific objectives considered relevant for EU support.
The Black Sea Basin Programme is part of the European Union’s Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC) funded under its European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI). The programme aims to improve the welfare of the people in the Black Sea basin regions through sustainable growth and joint environmental protection.
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