The Romanian beneficiaries of Subsidy contracts can adjust their public procurement contracts/sectoral contracts/framework agreements related to investment projects financed from non-reimbursable European funds
Between 17-18 May we had the pleasure to host the visit of our colleagues from the European Commission (EC), namely Mr. Pascal BOIJMANS, Head of Unit – Interreg, Cross-Border Cooperation, Internal Borders (DG Regio), and Ms. Anna-Monika MODZELEWSKA, our ROHU Programme’s desk officer.
In the context of the Strategic Environmental Assessment procedure, The Ministry of Development, Public Works and Administration, as Managing Authority of the Interreg VI-A Romania Hungary Programme, hereby notifies the interested public on the availability of the Interreg VI-A Romania – Hungary Programme, as well as on the related Environmental Report and Appropriate Assessment Report.
We are pleased to announce that the Programming Committee approved the Interreg VI-A Romania-Hungary Programme, during the 4th PC meeting held online on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2022.
You can consult the MDPWA Order no. 1931 / 20.12.2021 and its annexes here: https://mdlpa.ro/pages/programeeuropene20142020
In the attention of Romanian beneficiaries with construction works: the MDPWA Order no. 1931 / 20.12.2021 is in force.
During October – November 2021, the Managing Authority and the Joint Secretariat performed a series of on-site visits in the eligible area. The first priority was to meet the strategic partners of the Programme, members of the Monitoring Committee for the 2014+ period and of the Programming Committee for 2020+, namely the county councils of Arad, Bihor, Csongrád-Csanád, Békés, Hajdú-Bihar, Satu Mare, Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg and Timiș.
The Coronavirus pandemic demonstrated to all of us that we are not prepared well enough to prevent an epidemic. However, what we can do is to limit the spread of infectious diseases by applying swift response measures, as required.
❗Deadline for survey extended to September 20❗ The aim of the survey is to collect additional details from the perspective of the potential beneficiaries and former beneficiaries during projects’ preparation, motivations for future involvement as potential beneficiaries of the Programme 2021-2027 and, in particular, existing project ideas.
Starting with November 2019, Arad County Council, together with Csongrád-Csanád County Health Care Center – Hódmezővásárhely – Makó is implementing the project ROHU- 361 “Joint prevention and surveillance of infectious diseases and hospital-acquired infections in Arad, Makó and Hódmezővásárhely”.