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Assembly of the Danube–Criș–Mureș–Tisa Euroregion, Timisoara, November 28, 2018

Session of Assembly of the Danube–Criș–Mureș–Tisa Euroregion (DKMT), chaired by the President of Timiș County Council Kalin Dobra, was held in the Ceremonial Hall of the County Council in Timisoara, on 28 November 2018. On behalf of Provincial Government the session was attended by Assistant Secretary for Regional Development, Interregional Cooperation and Local Self-Government Nebojsa Drakulic, who is also the National Coordinator of DKMT for Serbia.
At the session, the concepts of the projects "Timisoara 2021 - European Capital of Culture" and "Novi Sad 2021 - European Capital of Culture" were presented by the representatives of the foundations from Timisoara and Novi Sad.
"Multicolored Cooperation" project, aimed at improving cultural tourism in the cross-border area, was presented within the framework of the project activities of the DKMT Euroregional Development Agency. The project encompasses the border region of Hungary and Serbia, and includes the opening of the Serbian cultural center in Morahalom (in the final stage of construction), the Hungarian cultural center in Palic (a foundation stone was recently laid down), as well as the creation of a web page for the publication of information and news in Hungarian and Serbian language.
At the session were also discussed the planning documentation concering Subotica-Csikéria-Bácsalmás-Baja railway line, which began several years ago thanks to the financial resources of the cross-border program of cooperation between IPA Hungary and Serbia. The project aims to develop the necessary project documentation for the development of Subotica-Csikéria-Bácsalmás-Baja railway line and the modification of local urban plans of individual settlements on its route.


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Assembly of the Danube–Criș–Mureș–Tisa Euroregion, Timisoara, November 28, 2018
Visit of the Provincial Government representative to the Serbian Gymnasium in Timisoara
Conference about the project of the Revitalization of the Navigational Infrastructure of the Begej Canal, funded through the Romania-Serbia Interreg – IPA program
Day of the Serbian language in Romania
Concert of the Art Ensemble of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Serbia "Stanislav Binicki"
Cross-border cooperation program Romania-Serbia, project "HerA", Timisoara, November 13
Laying of Wreath at the memorial-ossuary of Serbian internees in Arad
Minister of Culture visits the Association of Serbs in Romania
1. Scientific Symposium ,,100 Years of Great Events for Serbs in Romania"
Opening of the day of Serbian culture inthe Timisoara
Bilateral talks between foreign ministers of Serbian an Romanian I. Dacic and T. Meleskanu
Minister I. Dacic met representatives of the Association of Serbs in Romania
Minister I. Dacic visited the Episcopal Palace Timisoara
CALL FOR FREE-OF-CHARGE THREE-MONTH SKYPE COURSE OF SERBIAN LANGUAGE AS PER THE PROJECT„ONLINE LEARNING OF SERBIAN AS NATIVE TONGUE“
"Days of Transfiguration of Serbs in Romania", an international literary event organized for the 25th time
Information about 8th Conference Serbian Medical Diaspora
International public competition for the design of a conceptual solution for the Zoran Đinđić Memorial
Celebration the National Day of the Republic of Serbia
Invitation to tender for the provision of real estate sales services – the sales of diplomatic real estate in New York (USA), Tokyo (Japan), Bonn (Germany), and Berne (Switzerland)
Promotion of Kikinda events in Timisoara
Laying wreaths to commemorate the Day of heroes in Timisoara
Fair exhibition in Timis Chamber of Commerce with the participation of Serbian businessmen
Celebrating Independence Day of Romania, Victory Day and the Allied Powers Europe Day in Timisoara
Europe Day celebrations at events in Timisoara
Minifestifal film "Cine cultura" in Timisoara
Awards ceremony, Dr Slavomir Gvozdenovic
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