The Visual Identity Manual of the Interreg V-A Romania-Hungary Programme is a document addressing both the beneﬁciaries and the management structures, with regards to the visibility rules to comply with when designing communication materials.
INFORMATION FOR BENEFICIARIES OF THE INTERREG V-A ROMANIA-HUNGARY PROGRAMME REGARDING PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION IN THE CONTEXT OF CORONAVIRUS DISEASE COVID-19 ...
In the context of the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), preventive actions are recommended, concerning public health risks. In the eligible area of the Romania-Hungary Programme, regarding the border crossing points between Romania and Hungary new restrictions have been introduced from the 15th of July 2020.
Shaping the future of the cross-border cooperation between Romania and Hungary for the period 2021-2027 remains our main interest, and collecting information/opinions by public consultations is one of the methods which could ensure an efficient programming process.
Structures of the Interreg V-A RO-HU Programme, particularly representatives of the Managing Authority (Ministry of Public Works, Development and Administration, Romania), the National Authority (the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary) and the Joint Secretariat (BRECO Oradea), gathered in Gyula (Hungary) for a brainstorming session on the technicalities for future programming process.
Thematic Workshops dedicated to the 5 Policy Objectives – Proposed for the programming period 2021-2027 – ...
In the context of programming process, the Managing Authority of Interreg V-A Romania-Hungary Programme, with the support of National Authority, the Joint Secretariat and Information Points in Hungary, organized a new series of events, aiming at providing relevant information on the 5 Policy Objectives provided for in the draft regulations.
The next Interreg Programme between Romania and Hungary, for the period 2021-2027 is under preparation and it is now the time to make sure that our future projects beneficiaries are well informed with regards to the development priorities of the cross-border region, so that there are good premises for properly documented, mature projects, adding value to the addressed areas of intervention.
Finished, but not ended! The 1-year-long project, Cultural Cooperation among Citizens from the Salonta-Gyula Cross-border Area (Co-Cultured) – ROHU-280 has reached its final milestone on the 31st of October 2019, the project’s end date.
Milvus Group is inviting teachers to take part with their teams in the most challenging contest about the mysterious bustard and the natural values around us!
The participants of the camp were accommodated in the Ökotúra guesthouse and camping, located in the village of Hortobágy. 20 Hungarian and 20 Romanian young people volunteered to participate in this camp, undertaking environmental conservation activities.