Have your say on Romania-Ukraine Interreg Next Programme!

The territorial analysis of Interreg NEXT Romania-Ukraine Programme is now available for public consultations!

The cooperation between Romania and Ukraine will continue during the 2021-2027 programming period. The Ministry of Development, Public Works and Administration in Romania was nominated as Managing Authority (MA) of the future Programme and is taking all necessary steps for the elaboration of the programme.

To this purpose, the MA has prepared the Territorial Analysis of the Interreg Next Romania-Ukraine Programme, based on statistical data, preliminary consultations with stakeholders and lessons learned from the previous programming periods. The document was approved by the Joint Programming Committee, the joint body consisting of both Romanian and Ukrainian representatives, in charge with the programming process, and is now available for public consultations here.

Based on the conclusions of the above mentioned preparation process, the following Policy Objectives and Interreg Specific Objectives, as well as their corresponding specific objectives and actions have been selected:

  • Policy Objective 2 - A greener, low-carbon transitioning towards a net zero carbon economy and resilient Europe by promoting clean and fair energy transition, green and blue investment, the circular economy, climate change mitigation and adaptation, risk prevention and management, and sustainable urban mobility

o SO (iv) Promoting climate change adaptation and disaster risk prevention and resilience, taking into account eco-system based approaches

o SO (v) Promoting access to water and sustainable water management

o SO (vii) Enhancing protection and preservation of nature, biodiversity and green infrastructure, including in urban areas, and reducing all forms of pollution

 Policy Objective 4 - A more social and inclusive Europe implementing the European Pillar of Social Rights

o SO (ii) Improving equal access to inclusive and quality services in education, training and lifelong learning through developing accessible infrastructure, including by fostering resilience for distance and on-line education and training

o SO (v) Ensuring equal access to healthcare and fostering resilience of health systems, including primary care and promoting the transition from institutional to family based and community-based care.

o SO (vi) Enhancing the role of culture and sustainable tourism in economic development, social inclusion and social innovation.

 Interreg Specific Objective 2 - A safer and more secure Europe Actions

  • - Border crossing management
  • - Other actions for a safer and more secure Europe.
  • We are looking forward to receiving your opinions regarding the Territorial Analysis and proposals for activities in the concerned fields, at the following email address: info.ro-ua-md@mdlpa.ro.
  • Your input will be looked into when drafting Romania-Ukraine Interreg Next Programme. The consultations will take place between July 27th and August 3rd 2021.