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Welcome to the website of the Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine ENPI Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013

For the website of the Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine ENI Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 please access the address http://huskroua-cbc.eu/

Financed projects

Explore more about projects, Beneficiary and Partner organisations located in the Programme area of the participating countries! The flash based map viewer application provides facts about overall – specific objectives of the action and their expected results, whether the project is under implementation or finalised. By clicking on the project title on the interactive interface you may find exact numbers of the allocation of funds between partnership members and also up-to date contact details of organizations involved in project realization!

 

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First Call for Proposals launched

The first open Call for Proposals of the Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine European Neighbourhood Instrument Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 has been launched... read more »

First Call for Proposals to be launched in the first trimester of 2017

The Prime Minister’s Office of Hungary, acting as the Managing Authority of the Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine ENI CBC Programme 2014-2020 is planning to launch the first... read more »

Draft Joint Operational Programme for the Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine European Neighbourhood Instrument Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020

Public consultation on the draft Joint Operational Programme for the Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine European Neighbourhood Instrument Cross-border Cooperation Programme... read more »

Procurement Announcement

Please, click here to download the document  (in original version - UA language). read more »

Lead partner
Project partners
Prime Minister's Office Hungary

Ministerstvo výstavby a regionálneho rozvoja SR

Ministerul Dezvoltarii Regionale si Locuintei (MDRL)

Міністерствo економіки України

Széchenyi Programiroda