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CBC MED programme extends deadline for first call for projects

The deadline for the submission of proposals for the first call for projects under the Mediterranean Sea Basin ENPI CBC Programme has been extended to October 20.

 
A press release from the ENPI CBCMED said that, “after having assessed the situation in the different eligible territories, the Joint Monitoring Committee has decided to postpone the deadline for the submission of the project proposals”. The original deadline for the €32 million call for proposals was 16 September.
 
The ‘ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme 2007/2013’ is a multilateral cross-border cooperation programme co-financed by the EU under the ENPI. The Programme provides the framework for the implementation of cross-border and cooperation activities in the context of the ENP, complementing efforts exerted within the framework of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, with the final aim of developing an area of peace, stability, prosperity and good neighbourliness involving EU Mediterranean Countries and Mediterranean Partner Countries.
 
Press release
 
ENPI Info Centre – ENPI CBCMed Programme launches first Call for Proposals
 
Call for Proposals (modified version of 22/08/09)
 
How to apply
 
ENPI CBCMED – website
 
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