Programme Monitoring Committee meeting held in Lisbon
On the last 29 November, the Atlantic Area programme’s Monitoring Committee met in Lisbon under the Portuguese Presidency
On the last 29 November, the Atlantic Area programme’s Monitoring Committee met in Lisbon under the Portuguese Presidency, chaired by Agência para o Desenvolvimento e Coesão.
During the meeting it was discussed the current programme development with highlight on the Interreg Post-2020 and the state-of-play of the project's contractualisation process.
We also reflected on the approach for the second call for projects. This call will take place in the first half of 2018, however the dates are not yet defined. As soon as we have this information it will be widely disseminated.
Published on: 2017-12-11
This call is restricted to approved projects, including those already closed.
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