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STAKEHOLDERS’ CONSULTATION for Interreg Italy-Croatia 2021-2027

Published on 19/03/2021 (last modified 19/03/2021)

The stakeholders’ consultations for the preparation of the 2021-2027 Programme Interreg Italy-Croatia are about to be launched both on Italian and Croatian side

The new regulation framework for EU ESI funds programming period is expected to be approved at the middle of 2021, so all the Managing structures are engaged in the preparation phase for the new Programmes!

Interreg CBC Italy-Croatia Programme is glad to acknowledge that the preparation of the 2021-2027 is in its full speed and the consultation process, as a relevant part of this phase, is underway.

Accordingly, the Programme Task Force, composed by the Italian and Croatian delegation members, has identified the stakeholders to be involved in the first round of consultation process dedicated to each of the national levels.

The first round of consultation process will be held in form of 2 online webinars and dedicated to the restricted group of invitees and upon invitation only.

  • Croatian webinar: 15th April  2021, starting at 09:30 o’clock, online via Zoom
  • Italian webinar: 16th April 2021, starting at 09:30 o’clock, online via Zoom

During the webinar the Programme representatives and external experts will present 4 macro-themes identified on the Task Force level as relevant for the current and upcoming programming period. In order to ensure the engagement of the participants and their feedback to the discussion, several questions will be submitted before and during the webinar and the inputs gained will represent the starting point in shaping better and all around the needs of our stakeholders & territories the new 2021-2027 Programme Interreg Italy-Croatia.

The consultations will continue in early summer on the first draft of the Interreg Programme for the 2021-2027 and will be widely opened to all Programme stakeholders.

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