Interreg Cooperation Day is just around the corner and Romania-Ukraine 2014-2020 programme is prepared to celebrate it. This year it`s all about #SkillsForTheFuture and showcasing the outcomes of our cross-border projects!
The Ministry of Finance of Ukraine has started the procedure of organizing additional competitive selection of independent auditors, who may be selected by lead beneficiary and/or beneficiary for conducting the project expenditure verification under Joint Operational Programmes (in accordance with paragraph 8 of the Procedure of creation of an open list of independent auditors within Joint Operational Programmes of cross-border cooperation of the European Neighborhood Instrument 2014-2020, approved by the order of the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine dated 19.12.2018 №1045).
The Joint Monitoring Committee of Romania-Ukraine Programme decided, during the on-line meeting held on January 2023, to use the available funds from the programme budget in order to support projects which include infrastructure works currently in implementation.
On January 26, 2023, the Joint Monitoring Committee of Romania-Ukraine Programme will meet on-line. The purpose of the meetig is to decide, together with the Ukrainian partners, the way to apply the provisions of EU Regulation 2192/2022 laying down specific provisions for the 2014-2020 cooperation programmes supported by the European Neighbourhood Instrument and under the European territorial cooperation goal, following programme implementation disruption.
On Thursday, November 3, 2022, the seventh meeting of the Joint Monitoring Committee (JMC) of the Joint Operational Programme Romania-Ukraine took place, online, with the participation of representatives from the two partner states.
Romania-Ukraine Programme 2022 initiative to celebrate European Cooperation Day - "Message for Ukraine" is a manifesto dedicated to Ukraine and the Ukrainian people, with the aim of conveying a message of solidarity in a unique format, through contemporary mural art.