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The Public consultation for Adriatic-Ionian Programme is open

A Public consultation is open from 2nd July to 17th July to collect for stakeholders’ feedback on the new Transnational Cooperation Programme Adriatic-Ionian 2014-2020.

This programme concerns: four EU Member States (Croatia, Greece, Italy and Slovenia) and four non-Member States (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia).

By filling in the on-line questionnaire, you can share your views on the main developments needs faced by the Programme Area and on the most effective/efficient way for a Transnational Cooperation Programme to address them.

Click HERE to register and receive the invitation to access the on-line survey.

Click here to have a further insight of the Adriatic Ionian Programme: the contents of this draft version of the territorial analysis and the Programme strategy are still under discussion in the framework of the Task Force Programme and they could be further revised and updated.

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8 July 2014

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