"BORDERLESS CULTURE" project organised its 2nd project meeting
Nov 27, 2018
The Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports / General Directorate of Antiquities and Cultural Heritage / Directorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities organized the 2nd project meeting within the approved project "Integrating Bulgaria-Greece cross-border significance historical and archeological assets into one sustainable thematic tourist destination - BORDERLESS CULTURE", supported by Cooperation Programme "INTERREG V-A Greece-Bulgaria" 2014 - 2020. The 2nd project meeting was hosted in the Hall number 125 of the building of the Ministry of Interior (Sector Macedonia & Thrace) Dioikitirio, Thessaloniki, Greece on Wednesday 10/10/2018. The 2nd project started at 10:00 and ended at 13:00.The project involves the following participants:
Lead Beneficiary: Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports / General Directorate of Antiquities and Cultural Heritage / Directorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities
Project beneficiary 2: Ministry of Interior (Sector of Macedonia - Thrace)
Project beneficiary 3: Municipality of Amphipoli
Project beneficiary 4: Faculty of Arts, South-West University "Neofit Rilski" (Bulgaria)
Project beneficiary 5: Municipality of Blagoevgrad (Bulgaria)
Project beneficiary 6: Region of Central Macedonia
Project beneficiary 7: Life Long Learning Level 2 Center of Region of Central Macedonia Regional Unit of Serres
At the beginning of the project meeting, Mr Kyriakos Fotiadis, Coordinator of Joint Secretariat, welcomed project beneficiaries' representatives and mentioned that the scope of the technical meeting is to be discussed the progress and the possible problems of project implementation. Also, all project partners’ representatives introduce themselves and welcomed each other.
During the meeting, all project beneficiaries representatives reported the tender procedures that have completed as well as the progress of the rest tenders that are going to be announced and the dates of the up-coming tenders updating the STPP. Moreover, they presented the progress of their deliverables implementation presenting the deliverables and activities that have already implemented and explained the reasons of possible delays. Specifically, each project partner analyzed and described in detail its deliverables to the other partners, which are going to implement within the Project.
Furthermore, it was specified certain actions within the Project deliverables as foreseen in the Application Form in force as well as it was discussed project’ future steps. All project partners' representatives discussed and planned the time framework for the events’ organization as well as the content of the events and their technical specifications. Finally, all participants discussed with each other and had the opportunity to solve their questions which arose during the presentations.
You may find the press release here.