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... was a €880,000 EU grant through the WBIF grant, concerned detailed design of the Medical Faculty, the Centre for Education and Research and the Faculty of Health Care and the Secondary Medical School. With the finalisation of the technical assistance, this significant investment to health and education sectors in Bosnia and Herzegovina is now ready for implementation, foreseen to start in the second half of the 2019 and will provide for better health care services to all citizens and healthcare staff of the Republika Srpska. The project will also facilitate the provision of better medical education covering the entire spectrum from undergraduate ...
Ctizens of Montenegro, Serbia and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia can travel to the EU without a visa since December 2009. For citizens of Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina, this is possible since the end of 2010. All countries have taken measures to address irregular migration, however further efforts are needed to improve and ensure sustainable results. The report by the EC (see below) follows up on the Commission's obligation under the strengthened visa suspension mechanism, adopted in March ...
... The session on Connectivity, moderated by Shada Islam, Director for Europe & Geopolitics at Friends of Europe, together with Bregu featured also Radosav Babic, Director-General for Investments, SME Development and EU Funds Management at the Ministry of Economy ofMontenegro, Tanja Fajon, Member of the European Parliament Delegation for relations with Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo* and Trustee of Friends of Europe, and Linda Van Gelder, Regional Director for the Balkans at the World Bank.  The panel also tackled major challenges and opportunities linked to key connectivity projects in the Western Balkans; identification of priority economic reforms that are still needed in the ...
... EU, it still maintains its presence and doubles its support to reforms in the Western Balkan, and Poland, as the next country holding the EU Presidency, will focus itself on conflict resolution and connectivity boosting. economic cooperation, security and youth cooperation among FYR of Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Kosovo, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. For more details. please visit the source page A presentation of the policy paper “2018 Western Balkans Summit: 3 key takeaways from London”, authored by Zoran Nechev and Ivan Nikolovski from the Institute of Democracy “Societas Civilis” – Skopje (IDSCS), Jelena Minić form European Movement of Serbia, Mariola Qesaraku  ...
... exploitation of considerable natural resources, there is a reason to be optimistic. If it fails to focus on mutual understanding and closer cooperation in all fields, the future prosperity may be hindered.   Sinisa Marcic is Assistant Minister at the Ministry of Science and Technology of the Republic of Srpska (Bosnia and Herzegovina ...
The next technical R&I meeting of the Western Balkans Steering Platform on Research and Innovation will take place on March 26-27 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Following last year's technical meeting held in Skopje and the ministerial meeting held in Brussels, the upcoming technical meeting will focus on recent development in the Western Balkan economies' advances in research and innovation policy, as well as major trends on the EU level. Upcoming technical R&I meeting ...
The Social Innovation Community presents some country profiles related to the Social Innovation. Find below those from WBC. Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina FR of Macedonia Serbia https://www.siceurope.eu/countries
... Western Balkan countries, also about key relevant events to possibly attend. Participation in the EU-level events is indeed crucially important for EU integration, to find partners for new projects and to better understand EU policies.  Recently we met Haris Muhic, Director at Foundation for Higher Education - World University Service Bosnia and Herzegovina (SUS BiH), at the Austrian Presidency of the EU Council Conference "Impact of Social Sciences and Humanities for a European Research Agenda – Valuation of SSH in mission-oriented research" who confirmed to us that he received information about the conference through our platform ...
... and gave a number of suggestions on how to revise the draft documents to make them even more relevant to their target audiences. The ResInfra@DR project co-funded by ERDF and IPA funds under the Danube Transnational Programme includes a number of Danube-region countries including some Western Balkans countries, notably Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro. In this way, once finished the recommendations and guidelines documents will provide policymakers and stakeholders from Western Balkans countries a set of tools and methods on how to benefit from European and Danube-region good practices in making their research infrastructures more effective and relevant for their national ...
... series of workshops is part of the proESOF programme, in preparation of the ESOF2020 (Euro Science Open Forum) conference in Trieste, Italy, to support quality science journalism in the region.  NATIONALITIES INVITED TO APPLY FOR A GRANT COVERING ALSO TRAVEL AND ACCOMODATION: Albania Armenia Bosnia and Herzegovina Georgia The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Kosovo * Moldova Montenegro Serbia Turkey Ukraine * This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/1999 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence. Journalists from other countries can attend the workshop at no ...
Many economies where the EBRD invests have made progress in the area of green transition by ratifying the Paris Agreement and making legislative commitments to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, according to the report. Overall, however, significant challenges remain across the EBRD regions in the area of green transition, particularly as regards (i) reducing emissions in the construction, industrial and energy sectors, (ii) strengthening resistance to the negative impact of climate change ...
... an estimated 3.5%. In most of the region, growth projections for 2018 have been revised upward. Kosovo and Albania are expected to grow at 4% this year. At 3.8%, Montenegro’s growth is projected to be 1 percentage point higher, although still lower than last year. Growth in Bosnia and Herzegovina continues to be stable at an estimated 3.2%. Serbia’s economy has rebounded to 3.5% growth after last year’s weather-related slowdown. Macedonia’s growth also rebounded to 2.5%, as investor confidence was restored. Growth was stimulated by higher public investment and consumption. Driven by tax reforms ...
... target is set at 10%, the Federation government said in a statement last week. The targets are part of an updated action plan for the use of renewable energy sources adopted by the Federation government on November 8, it said. The Federation is one of two autonomous entities making up Bosnia and Herzegovina. The other one is the Serb Republic.  In 2016, Bosnia and Herzegovina achieved a 25.3% share of renewable energy in gross final energy consumption, below the 36.7% median trajectory for 2015-2016, the Energy Community said in its annual implementation report 2017-2018 published last week. By the end of 2017, the country registered 113 MW of small hydropower plants, 16 ...
... PRESS RELEASE NO: 2019/ECA/31   " Growth for the Western Balkan region is estimated to strengthen to 3.5 percent for 2018, according to the latest Western Balkans Regular Economic Report, Higher but Fragile Growth. Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia are estimated to grow at rates between 2.5 percent and 4 percent. While employment also rose in five of the six countries in the region, the 91,400 new jobs created between July 2017 and July 2018 were significantly fewer than the 214 ...
40% Balkan Green Energy News Link 16. Nov. 2018
... is a free-of-charge  online platform covering sustainable energy (renewable energy, energy efficiency), electric vehicles,  environmental protection,  waste and water management developments  from a selection of accurate, reliable and straight to the point news, policy actions and investment opportunities from the Balkan region countries: Serbia, Kosovo*, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Montenegro, Albania, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Greece, Cyprus and Turkey. The Balkan Green Energy News project has been developed and implemented for companies, financial institutions, decision makers, international organizations,  investment funds, consulting companies, sustainable energy developers, civil soci and other stakeholders from all over the world who ...
Terra Madre Balkans was established by Slow Food in 2010 to give a voice to small-scale food producers and rural communities, and to support them in upgrading their production from homemade to artisan, advocating for their social and political recognition, and supporting their access to markets. 100 participants (from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, Romania, and Serbia) at the fifth edition of Terra Madre Balkans (21-23 May 2018) share the opinion that the integration of the Western Balkan countries into the EU is a major political goal that will ensure stability and development in the region. The conference built ...
... The conflicts over the break-up of the former Yugoslavia damaged much of the energy infrastructure and compounded the challenge of providing reliable energy supply. The Western Balkans – composed of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo – is a complex region facing significant energy challenges. The conflicts over the break-up of the former Yugoslavia damaged much of the energy infrastructure and compounded the challenge of providing reliable energy supply. Electricity systems in many parts of the ...
... partnership with a layered risk/return structure, to enhancing energy efficiency and fostering renewable energies predominantly through the provision of dedicated financing to businesses and households via partnering with financial institutions and direct financing. The Green for Growth Fund is currently active in nineteen target markets including Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Egypt, FYR Macedonia, Georgia, Jordan, Kosovo*, Lebanon, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Serbia, the Palestinian Territories, Tunisia, Turkey, and Ukraine. GGF is a unique public-private partnership established in December, 2009 to promote energy efficiency in its target region and to reduce CO2 emissions. GGF's investments seek to achieve a 20% reduction ...
... REEP) aims to unleash the WB potential to benefit from the greater use of renewable energy and energy efficiency measures by providing a combination of financing instruments, technical assistance and policy support to create a sustainable market for energy efficiency in the Western Balkans. The countries targeted are Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR of Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Serbia. ___ In June 2012, the Steering Committee of the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF) approved a €23.35 million grant to the EBRD to establish the Regional Energy Efficiency Programme for the Western Balkans.  The WBIF is a joint initiative of ...
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