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... Viktor Nedović, Assistant Minister, Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development  Besa Shahini, Vice-Minister of Education, Sports and Youth, Albania  Sanja Damjanović, Minister of Science of Montenegro  Jasna Šafhauzer, Counsellor, Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Republic of Bulgaria  Marjan Gjorchev, Ambassador, Embassy of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to the Republic of Bulgaria  Arber Geci, Deputy Minister of Education, Science and Technology of Kosovo* Parallel Sessions followed about: Increasing Transnational Cooperation for Innovation Investments, How to Commercialise Innovations, Digital Transformation, Leveraging R&I in Less Developed and Industrial Transition Regions, Harnessing Synergies between EU Policies and Instruments ...
34% ARISE Venture Program - Call for Call 26. Apr. 2018
... from enthusiast entrepreneurs, with an existing prototype or Proof of Concept (PoC) or who are eager to finalize an MVP during an intensive 6 weeks program. Depending on regional edition, Entrepreneurs can be based in Croatia, Slovenia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.  Only teams who have not yet established their company as a legal entity can apply. The venture program focuses on deep innovation: new deep-tech-leveraged by global solutions requiring consistent human and financial resources to achieve commercialization. The program focuses on 5 market verticals: Digital Industry Digital Cities Digital Wellbeing ...
... while the Republic of Srpska is already in the process of adopting a smart specialisation strategy. In Kosovo, several relevant strategies exist that can be integrated in the future process of smart specialisation which should integrate the pre-existing sectoral strategies into an overarching strategic document. The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia will draft a smart specialisation strategy in 2019. Montenegro is currently embarking upon the Entrepreneurial Discovery Process while in Serbia, the Entrepreneurial Discovery Process has started. Western Balkan countries' smart specialisation teams will participate in an upcoming JRC training in Ljubljana on April 11-12, 2018 which will assist Montenegro and ...
... European Commission - Fact Sheet Key findings of the 2018 Report on the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Brussels, 17 April 2018 Key findings of the 2018 Report on the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Political criteria The country has finally overcome its most severe political crisis since 2001. The difficult process of government formation reached a critical point during the 27 April 2017 attacks in Parliament, which ...
... in peace, security and stability in Europe: a prospect of EU membership has a powerful transformative effect on the partners in the process, embedding positive democratic, political, economic and societal change. The Commission recommended today that the Council decides that accession negotiations be opened with the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Albania, in light of the progress achieved, maintaining and deepening the current reform momentum. More specifically, for the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, delivering on the urgent reform priorities will be decisive for the country's further progress. For Albania, progress will be crucial in the key field in the ...
34% INNOPLATFORM Project 4. Apr. 2018
... strengthen the capacity of SMEs to introduce process and product innovations; Establishment of an infrastructure of Centres of Excellence, located in 5 countries, for providing knowledge and expertise in innovations to SMEs ___ Contacts: Center for Knowledge Management 11. Oktomvri 25 (7th floor), 1000 Skopje, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Tel: +389 78 30 15 40 Email: info@knowledge-center.org       INNOPLATFORM aims at improving the competitiveness of the Balkan Mediterranean region by advancing existing knowledge on business model innovations and developing a set of tools (InnoTools) and services (InnoScorecard and InnoRegion) for improving SMEs opportunities, capacities, and ...
Western Balkans Research and Innovation Meeting, Skopje, 21-22 March 2018 AGENDA Wednesday, 21 March 2018 11:30 – 13:00 Networking Lunch & Registration 13:00 – 13:30 Welcome remarks | Opening statements • Ministry of Education and Science • European Commission, DG Research and Innovation • European Commission, Joint Research Centre • Regional Cooperation Council 13:30 – 15:30 Towards Steering Platform meeting 2018 Recent R&I cooperation developments in/with the Western Balkans • FP9, ...
The workshop will be divided into two parts, depending on the status of smart specialisation development in the participating countries and economies: For Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo* and The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia it is an introduction to smart specialisation governance and guidance on creation national smart specialisation teams; For Serbia and Montenegro it is a training enabling entrepreneurial discovery process (EDP) coordinators and facilitators to prepare and organize it in accordance with the smart specialisation methodology. Participants: Group 1: Albania, Bosnia and ...
37% The Berlin Process 2014-2018 Document 20. Mar. 2018
This report is part of the the Berlin Process Series, an initiative started by Cooperation and Development Institute (CDI), in November 2015, in Tirana, and supported by Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Hanns Seidel Foundation. It has taken the following form: • Research on the Berlin process and its priority areas: Berlin process being a thinly documented process, CDI has contributed to create a body of knowledge, as well as to gather in one place major documents ...
... Europe countries, including the Western Balkans. Participants are likely to include: research and innovation policy-makers, scientists, businesses, regional authorities as well as representatives of academia and technology transfer offices. Up to 250 participants are expected. Selected participants from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Serbia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, may request reimbursement of the travel and accommodation costs. Selection for reimbursement will be based on reason for submission, interest for participation, organisation, position in the organisation and appropriate geographical balance. *This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSC 1244 and the ICJ ...
... Europe countries, including the Western Balkans. Participants are likely to include: research and innovation policy-makers, scientists, businesses, regional authorities as well as representatives of academia and technology transfer offices. Up to 250 participants are expected. Selected participants from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Serbia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, may request reimbursement of the travel and accommodation costs. Selection for reimbursement will be based on reason for submission, interest for participation, organisation, position in the organisation and appropriate geographical balance. *This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSC 1244 and the ICJ ...
... signed by: Minister of Education, Sports and Youth of Albania Ervin Demo, Minister of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Adil Osmanović, Advisor to the Minister of Education and Science of Bulgaria Kostadin Kostadinov, Minister of Education, Science and Technology of Kosovo Shyqiri Bytyqi, Minister of Education and Science of Macedonia Renata Deskoska, State Secretary at the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Serbia Vladimir Popović, State Secretary at the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport of Slovenia Tomaž Boh, and the Minister of Science of Montenegro Sanja Damjanović, who signed the Declaration on behalf of the Government of ...
... participants will be limited to: 20 with reimbursement (A) + 20 from the Serbia and/or neighboring countries which can reach this training school without reimbursement (B). For this second group, priority will be given to candidates from Serbia and from countries bordering Serbia: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro and Romania. These candidates may also apply to target group A as all other candidates and are eligible to receive reimbursement if selected within this group. With this partitioning in two groups we intend to enlarge the number of participants, but still allowing for active engagement by all participants ...
... en/research/conferences   Faculty of Public Administration and Political Sciences jointly with the Institute Max van der Stoel within the South East European University organizes an international conference from 4-5 May 2018. The conference will take place at the main University campus in Tetovo, FYR pf Macedonia.   https://www.seeu.edu.mk/en/research/conferences Tetovo
... out of 521,357 registered persons unemployed; in Serbia it was 37%, with 265,111 outflows into employment out of 713,154 registered persons unemployed; in Montenegro 34%, with 14,645 outflows into employment out of 42,825 registered persons unemployed. The highest was in The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - 48%, with 51,683 outflows into employment out of 108,289 registered persons unemployed; while in Kosovo* 6,754 persons transited from unemployment to employment in 2016.  The report ‘Labour Markets in the Western Balkans: Performance, Causes and Policy Options’ together with numerous other documents and publications, is published ...
Applicants’ country of origin were Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia. Destination countries were Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Italy and Macedonia. The total outgoing period for seven applicants will be 127 days. All STSMs must be finalized by the end of April 2018. Grantees for this year are: Ajla Mehmedović (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Todor Stoyanov (Bulgaria), Karlo Beljan (Croatia), Božidar Milovanović (Serbia), Milica Marčeta (Serbia) and Klara Balikova (Slovakia). Keep updated ...
... complementary to the already existing efforts of Switzerland and other donor programmes in this sector. Regional cooperation in particular was emphasised, with the objective of improving regional integration, creating synergies and fostering knowledge management. The RRPP was implemented over a period of ten years in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. The programme promoted and enabled research-based cooperation among the new generation of social scientists and policymakers across the ethnically divided, post-conflict region. It focused on fostering and promoting social science research capacities relevant to social, economic and institutional reforms in the respective countries. Its main objective was ...
Ec press release With the recent launch of the newest Twinning project in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the total number of Twinning projects implemented in the past 20 years surpasses 2700 in this anniversary year. The new project aims to establish peer-to-peer, on the ground cooperation with the partner country's Customs Administration in Skopje in order to simplify customs procedures and to create a business-friendly environment. Johannes ...
... and on how to properly address questions and concerns of potential investors. Check out here more information and updates on this project This initiative supports and strengthens the technology transfer and innovation ecosystem in the countries of the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia). The project involves all actors operating in the technology transfer and innovation ecosystem ranging from academic institutions to early stage investors to science parks, spin-out companies and policy makers. The final purpose is to deliver concrete plans for and practical initiatives in support of the technology transfer ...
... of the VI-SEEM Virtual Research Environment. Project Proposals must be of high scientific and social value.  Eligible applicants (as Principal Investigators) are scientists affiliated with academic or research institutions in the following countries: (in alphabetical order): Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Egypt, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania Serbia and Turkey. Collaborators in proposals might reside in any country provided that no specific geographical restrictions apply for access by the corresponding centers that offer resources in the various resource-providing countries. Industrial partners may participate only as collaborators in proposal ...
... call is addressed to consortia of scientists and researchers and SMEs that work in academic/research institutions and SMEs located in the region of South Eastern Europe and Eastern Mediterranean. More specifically countries are (in alphabetical order): Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Egypt, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia ...
... ministries, higher education institutions, National Erasmus+ Offices) support modernisation of the teaching process and methodologies share best practices The recently established Association is operational and currently mapping alumni. The official kick-off meeting is now announced and will be organised on March 15-17, 2018 in Ohrid, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Plans for the near future include improving the website, conducting a study tracing those who have completed a mobility programme and evaluating its impact etc. Draft agenda is attached below. More information is provided here:   First structured dialogue on a Western Balkans Regional Alumni Association, 3-4 November 2016 1st ...
The Commission adopted on February 6, 2018 a strategy for 'A credible enlargement perspective for and enhanced EU engagement with the Western Balkans'. The Commission adopted today a strategy for 'A credible enlargement perspective for and enhanced EU engagement with the Western Balkans'. As President Juncker announced in his 2017 State of the Union address, the Commission adopted today a strategy for 'A credible enlargement perspective for and enhanced EU engagement with the Western Balkans', ...
... All Western Balkan countries have the chance to move forward on their respective European paths. The Commission assesses all the countries in a fair and objective manner on the basis of their own merits and at the speed at which they achieve progress. Albania and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia are making significant progress on their European path and the Commission is ready to prepare recommendations to open accession negotiations, on the basis of fulfilled conditions. The Commission will start preparing an Opinion on Bosnia and Herzegovina's membership application following receipt of comprehensive and complete answers to its Questionnaire. With ...
... ministries, higher education institutions, National Erasmus+ Offices) support modernisation of the teaching process and methodologies share best practices The recently established Association is operational and currently mapping alumni. The official kick-off meeting is now announced and will be organised on March 15-17, 2018 in Ohrid, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Plans for the near future include improving the website, conducting a study tracing those who have completed a mobility programme and evaluating its impact etc. Draft agenda is attached below. More information is provided here: First structured dialogue on a Western Balkans Regional Alumni Association, 3-4 November 2016 1st Meeting ...
(...) Science Communication in Southeastern Europe is a reflection of the larger challenges sciences and research are facing. There has been chronicle underinvestment in education and science in recent decades in the region. In addition, the social norms have given little weight to research and science. Numerous scandals over plagiarism and diploma mills and the lack of any serious consequents in the region highlight the challenges faced. This study examined in particular science communication ...
... faculties working on the region. We also offer a Master Program in Southeast European Studies jointly with the University of Belgrade and coordinate a doctoral program on Southeastern Europe. The focus of the centre’s activities is contemporary Southeastern Europe, including Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, and Turkey. The centre has a strong research interest in former Yugoslavia and Turkey, but will consider applications from scholars working on other regions and countries of Southeastern Europe and fellows with a historical focus in their research. Please submit a CV, a one page ...
34% London Western Balkans Summit Event 29. Dec. 2017
... and on 4 July 2016 in Paris (France). The 4th Western Balkans Summit convenes on 12 July 2017 in Trieste (Italy), with the United Kingdom planning to host the 2018 summit. 14 parties are currently involved in the Process: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, France, Germany, Italy, Kosovo*, FYRo Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and the United Kingdom as well as the European Commission. Source and further information about the Berlin Process and in particular Joint Science Conference in this framework:  WBP - Joint Science Conference. You are invited to check also WBC-RTI.info selection of the articles related to Berlin ...
... and on 4 July 2016 in Paris (France). The 4th Western Balkans Summit convenes on 12 July 2017 in Trieste (Italy), with the United Kingdom planning to host the 2018 summit. 14 parties are currently involved in the Process: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, France, Germany, Italy, Kosovo*, FYRo Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and the United Kingdom as well as the European Commission. Source and further information about the Berlin Process and in particular Joint Science Conference in this framework:  WBP - Joint Science Conference. You are invited to check also WBC-RTI.info selection of the articles related to Berlin ...
... Commission and German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy continued with preparations of the Western Balkans (WB) Digital Summit 2018 at the two-day meeting held in Berlin, Germany on 19-20 December 2017. This meeting is a follow-up of the constituting meeting held at RCC in Sarajevo in October.  Macedonia will host the 1st Western Balkans Digital Summit in the first half of 2018 (most probably in April 2018).  ...
Since its launch in 2012, the European Commission organises an annual high-level meeting of the Western Balkans Platform on Education and Training. All Ministers of Education in the region are invited to review the state of educational reforms in their countries, learn about the latest strategies in the EU, identify priorities, agree on follow-up to be given to studies/reports as well as to cooperate on activities undertaken by the Platform. A main objective of the Platform is to share ...
Since its launch in 2012, the European Commission organises an annual high-level meeting of the Western Balkans Platform on Education and Training. All Ministers of Education in the region are invited to review the state of educational reforms in their countries, learn about the latest strategies in the EU, identify priorities, agree on follow-up to be given to studies/reports as well as to cooperate on activities undertaken by the Platform. A main objective of the Platform is to share ...
... The workshop was co-organised by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the Region of Central Macedonia, Hellenic Republic, in association with the International Association of Science and Technology Parks and Areas of Innovation (IASP), The Thessaloniki Technology Park, i4G Incubator and AREA Science Park. The objectives of the workshop were to create space for exchange of know-how among practitioners from the region on successful practices in ...
... It gathered 29 participants, composed of representatives of agencies for vocational education and training from the region under the umbrella of the South Eastern Europe Vocational Education and Training Network (SEE VET Net), and regional chambers of economy under the umbrella of CIF from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo*, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. The meeting was also attended by the representatives of the Austrian Chamber of Economy, as well as by the representatives of the Austrian Development Agency ...
37% DEA-IN Consulting Organisation 10. Dec. 2017
Experts from various backgrounds and with diverse professional experience came together to create DEA-IN Consulting. Together we are stronger, and we can build a better world with you. DEA-IN Consulting provides administrative, organizational and expert services in key areas. The DEA-IN Consulting team is focused on developing a better and more sustainable future together with its partners and clients. We have highly educated experts dedicated to essential areas with a focus on solving ...
... to study, train, gain work experience and volunteer abroad (i.e. around 3.3 million young people over the period). The geographical scope of the programme has expanded from 11 countries in 1987 to 33 currently (all 28 EU Member States as well as Turkey, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein). The programme is also open to partner countries across the world.   More information Memo Erasmus+ Annual Report 2016 Erasmus + factsheet Country-specific factsheets Factsheet on the 30th anniversary of Erasmus Factsheets on the European education area As the celebrations for the 30th anniversary of Erasmus come ...
37% Erasmus+ 2018 Call for Proposals open News 17. Nov. 2017
As always, the Call has a strong international dimension[[1] Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees, International Credit Mobility, Capacity Building for Higher Education, Jean Monnet Actions1]; the summary of the Call opportunities from a partner-country point of view are attached below. The Call will select new international credit mobility projects which will ultimately move some 35,000 students and staff between Europe and its partner countries. 45 new Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (good ...
... Balkans New Horizon 2020 Work Programmes 2018-20 focusing on Balkan countries Proposal preparation and submission Budgeting and contract preparation When?  27-28 November 2017, 10 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (day 1); 9 am – 4:30 pm (day 2) Where? Skopje Marriott Hotel,  Plostad Makedonija 7, 1000 Skopje, Macedonia www.marriott.com Participation is free of charge. For more details, agenda and registration please click here: https://h2020-skopje2017.teamwork.fr Invitation by: Bernhard Fabianek, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission Marina Nikolovska, Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Macedonia, H2020 National Coordinator The European Union (EU ...
... Balkans New Horizon 2020 Work Programmes 2018-20 focusing on Balkan countries Proposal preparation and submission Budgeting and contract preparation When?  27-28 November 2017, 10 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (day 1); 9 am – 4:30 pm (day 2) Where? Skopje Marriott Hotel,  Plostad Makedonija 7, 1000 Skopje, Macedonia www.marriott.com Participation is free of charge. For more details, agenda and registration please click here: https://h2020-skopje2017.teamwork.fr Invitation by: Bernhard Fabianek, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission Marina Nikolovska, Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Macedonia, H2020 National Coordinator The European Union (EU ...
... Participants are likely to include: research and innovation policy-makers and representatives of academia and technology transfer offices. Participation will be on invitation only. The number of participants will be limited to 100. Selected participants from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo*, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Ukraine, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey may request reimbursement of the travel and accommodation costs.  Background JRC's Macro-Regional Innovation Week intends to promote the exchange of best practices and knowledge among local and international policy and decision makers, academics, financial institutions and various actors of innovation and technology transfer practitioners among Europe's ...
(...) The integration of the Western Balkan Countries (WBCs) into the European Union (EU) is a major political and economic project designed to assure stability and development in the region. From the very beginning, cooperation on research and innovation has been stimulated as a tool to facilitate integration into the European Union. (...) Western Balkans Cooperation Roadmap was published in October 2017. Please find it attached below. ...
Despite serious efforts deployed at national and European level, the Union sees significant internal disparities in terms of research and innovation performance. There is significant evidence pointing to the fact that the pathway to economic growth and competitiveness is largely connected to research and innovation. To tap into Europe’s yet unexploited potential in research and innovation a stronger participation in Horizon 2020 coupled with greater commitment by the low-performing Member ...
The European Commission organised an Info Day on the Spreading excellence and Widening Participation Calls in Horizon 2020 (to be published in 2017). This information day took place in Brussels on Thursday 15 June 2017 at the premises of the European Commission. Presentations held are attached below.
... and contributed to the successful continuation of regional cooperation in the areas of research and innovation. Upcoming meetings: In 2018, a Western Balkans Research and Innovation meeting as well as the next meeting of the Western Balkans Steering Platform on Research and Innovation are planned. The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia looks forward to organising the Western Balkans Research and Innovation meeting in Skopje, and the dates of both meetings and the venue of the SP meeting will be communicated in due time. The 19th Western Balkans Steering Platform on Research and Innovation* took place in Belgrade on September 27, 2017 ...
... undertaken in both areas. The input provided shows the progress in the implementation of these reforms and helps the European Commission coordinate its EU assistance, so that these efforts are properly supported. Progress reports on higher education reform: Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina Kosovo* Montenegro Serbia The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Progress reports on teacher training: Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina Kosovo* Montenegro Serbia The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Ministerial meetings from previous years: 1st Ministerial meeting in Danilovgrad, 07 March 2012 2nd Ministerial meeting in Turin, 07 May 2013 3rd Ministerial meeting in Brussels, 19-20 June 2014 ...
The progress reports are collected in preparation of the meeting of the Steering Platform on Research and Innovation for the Western Balkans and are made available for the participants. Background The 19th Western Balkans Steering Platform on Research and Innovation was organised in Belgrade on September 27, 2017 within the framework of the European Commission’s Support for the Steering Platform (SP) on Research and Innovation for the Western Balkan countries (WBC). The meeting was co-chaired ...
The 19th Western Balkans Steering Platform on Research and Innovation* took place in Belgrade on September 27, 2017 within the framework of the European Commission’s Support for the Steering Platform (SP) on Research and Innovation for the Western Balkan countries (WBC). The meeting was co-chaired by the Estonian EU Council Presidency (represented by the trio-partner Austria), the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development which hosted the event, and the European ...
Please find attached below, presentations held as well as other materials that were used during the meeting. Furthermore, the links to conclusions and progress report are available below as well. The 19th Western Balkans Steering Platform on Research and Innovation was organised in Belgrade on September 27, 2017 within the framework of the European Commission’s Support for the Steering Platform (SP) on Research and Innovation for the Western Balkan countries (WBC). The meeting was co-chaired ...
Eligible training providers should come from one of the 28 EU Member States or from an ETF partner country. Partners are Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.   Applicants should consult the guidance note and submit their applications by 30 September using the form provided (see attachments to the top-right of this page). For more information, join the information webinar on 20 September from 10:00-11.00 (CET). Source: ETF The ETF is ...
Eligible training providers should come from one of the 28 EU Member States or from an ETF partner country. Partners are Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.   Applicants should consult the guidance note and submit their applications by 30 September using the form provided (see attachments to the top-right of this page). For more information, join the information webinar on 20 September from 10:00-11.00 (CET). Source: ETF The ETF is ...
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