Monitoring Committee meeting held in Belfast under the UK Presidency
The Atlantic Area Programme Monitoring Committee met last week to discuss the next steps to be taken
On the last 21 June, the Monitoring Committee of the Atlantic Area Programme met in Belfast under the United Kingdom Presidency, chaired by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
This meeting marked a further step for the smooth and successful implementation of the Programme. The current state of play was discussed between Member States, the Managing Authority and the Secretariat and several decisions were made about future steps and achievements.
The next meeting of the Monitoring Committee will take place in October and will be focused on the selection of the applications submitted under the second call.
At the moment no further call for proposals are scheduled.
Published on: 2018-06-25
This session was organised yesterday in Porto, to provide the necessary guidance for the smooth start of all projects
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