Annual Conference video now available

The Annual conference in Thessaloniki was an important event for the SEE Programme in 2010 - and we have put together in a short video some highlights of the first day presentations, so that we can review the topics discussed.
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SEE Projects participating in Euregia 2010

The Central Europe Programme announces the organization of a workshop whose main topic will centre on "Environmental protection - a matter of concern to all of us." The Workshop will take place on the occasion of EUREGIA 2010 fair in Leipzig, Germany, on 27 October 2010. Participating in the workshop are two projects of the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme (SEE) first call: Danube Floodrisk and SEE Hydropower.
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South East Europe Monitoring Committee Meeting

The fifth Monitoring Committee meeting of the South East Europe Programme took place in Croatia on 4-5 May 2010. Representatives of the 16 partner states have meet in Pula, Croatia, to discuss, among others, issues related to the programme management as well as the second call for project proposals.

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Europe Day

"Europe Day" is a celebration of Europe held annually on 9 May. 9 May 1950 was the date of the "Schuman Declaration", the proposal to pool the French and West German coal and steel industries. This is considered a founding moment for what is now the EU and was adopted as its flag day at the Milan European Council summit in 1985. For those who like history, here is a link to the full text of the declaration: http://europa.eu/abc/symbols/9-may/decl_en.htm 

The Flag of Europe consists of a circle of twelve golden (yellow) stars on a blue background. The European Union (EU) adopted the flag in the 1980s. However, it was first adopted by the Council of Europe (CoE), which created it in 1955.

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Third Conference on the EU Strategy for the Danube Region

A new conference dedicated to the Danube Strategy will take place in Vienna (Austria) and Bratislava (Slovakia) between 19-21 April 2010. the conference will address the issues of transport, energy and environmental protection in the context of the foreseen strategy for the Danube area.


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Potentials for Territorial Co-operation with Western Balkans - second announcement

We are pleased to announce the transnational conference "Potentials for Territorial Co-operation with the Western Balkans" organised by the Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning from Slovenia on 19 and 20 April 2010 in Maribor, Slovenia. The conference will discuss the following issues: what are the territorial development potentials of the region and how to release that potential?

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