Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine ENI CBC Programme launches 1st Call for Proposals!

    The first Call for Proposals of the Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine European Neighbourhood Instrument Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 has been launched on 15 February 2017 by the Hungarian Prime Minister’s Office. This office acts as the Managing Authority (MA) of the programme and the Slovak Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Romanian Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration and the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine act as the National Authorities (NAs) in the programme.

    The indicative allocation of the first Call for Proposals is 22 million EUR, available for four different priorities of the programme as follows:

    • Priority 6.1: Sustainable use of the environment in the cross border area – preservation of natural resources, actions to reduce GHG emission and pollution of rivers
    • Priority 7.1: Development of transport infrastructure to improve the mobility of persons and goods
    • Priority 7.2: Development of ICT infrastructure and information sharing
    • Priority 8.1: Support to joint activities for the prevention of natural and man-made disasters as well as joint action during emergency situations.

    The first Call for Proposals is opened specifically for Large Infrastructure Projects where the budget share of at least 2,5 million EUR shall be allocated to acquisition of infrastructure with the conditions set by the Programme.

    The first Call for Proposals is open until 15 November 2017 at 2 p.m. (14.00 CET), which is the deadline for submission of  project proposals for the Call.

    For a detailed description of the Call for Proposals including eligible area, eligibility and submission rules as well as further information on the selection process, please consult the Guidelines for Applicants via the following link​. The application package, with the grant application form and all other relevant application documents are available as well.

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