Programme Monitoring Committee meeting to select proposals that will run for the second stage of the first call for projects
This two-day meeting was mainly to decide on applicants that will be invited to present a full project proposal
The Monitoring Committee meeting of Interreg Atlantic Area Programme took place on the 7th and 8th of September in Dublin, under the Irish Presidency represented by the Northern and Western Regional Assembly. The main goal of this meeting was to select among the 425 Expressions of Interest (EOI) submitted under the first stage of the first call for projects, the ones that will be invited to present a full project proposal under the second stage of this call. Project leaders will be contacted during next week by email to be informed about the results of their application. Further information about the second stage will be provided soon.
Published on: 2016-09-09
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