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The Danube Region

The Danube Region

The area covered by the EU Strategy for the Danube Region stretches from the Black Forest (Germany) to the Black Sea (Romania-Ukraine-Moldova) and is home to 115 million inhabitants. Participating

Interviews

Interviews

INTERACT Newsletter: Territorial Cooperation Onboard with the EUSDR 2012/1 Interviews with Priority Area 11 Coordinators: Mr Christian Hofmann, German Federal Ministry of the Interior Mr Kalin Georgiev, Bulgarian Ministry of the

Communication

Communication

Starting November 2018, the communication of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region is taken care of by the new Danube Strategy Point, based in Vienna and Bucharest. The Danube

Governance

Governance

How is the Strategy run? Learn more about the roles and responsbilities of the main actors of the Strategy. The European Commission, as the executive of the EU, prepared the

ESIF

ESIF

European Structural and investment funds (ESIF) Five main funds (ERDF, CF, ESF, EAFRD, EMFF) work together to support economic development across all EU countries, in line with the objectives of

What is the EUSDR?

What is the EUSDR?

Please find flyer about the EUSDR at the bottom of the page. The EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) is a macro-regional strategy adopted by the European Commission in December