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Additional €26.4 million allocated to CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme

The ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme will benefit from an additional €26.4 million granted by the European Commission following the mid-term evaluation of the ENPI cross-border component, bringing the total budget of the programme to €200 million.
 
A press release said the amount granted represents an increase of 15% over the original budget of €173.6 million, with half of the extra funds allocated to the call for strategic projects (with a total budget of €75.6 million) and the other half to the second call for standard projects (with a total budget of €56.5 million), according to a decision taken by the Joint Monitoring Committee.
 
Last month, the ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme launched its second call for standard projects worth a total of €56.5 million. The deadline for submission of Concept Notes is 29 February 2012.
 
The ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme 2007/2013 is a multilateral cross-border cooperation programme co-financed by the EU under the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument. (ENPI Info Centre).
 
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Press release
 
ENPI Info Centre – €56.5 million call for standard projects launched under CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme
 
ENPI CBCMED – website
 
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ENPI Info Centre interview - Working across borders to bring people together

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ENPI CBC Med call for strategic projects attracts over 300 proposals
 
ENPI Info Centre - €62.4 million call for strategic projects to be launched under CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme
                      


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