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Заедничка Акција за Одржлива Иднина
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Zajednička akcija za održivu budućnost
Συντονισμένη Δράση για ένα Βιώσιμο Μέλλον
Coordinated Action for a Sustainable Future

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Project Identity

 

Implementing Partner:

Executing Partners:

Beneficiaries[1]:

  • Albania
  • Kosovo[2]
  • The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  • Montenegro

Project Steering Committee:

Drin Core Group[3]

Project Coordination Unit:

A Project Coordinator, a Project Manager and four Project Officers throughout Tirana, Podgorica, Ohrid, Pristina and Athens

Duration:

4 years

Budget:

5,5 million USD



[1] Greece is not eligible for financing, and uses its own resources for financing activities in its part of the “extended” Drin Basin i.e. the Prespa sub-basin.

[2] References to Kosovo shall be understood to be in the context of Security Council Resolution 1244 (1999).

[3] The DCG meetings facilitate both the political decisions that need to be met under the Drin Coordinated Action, as well as the management decisions that need to be met for the guidance of the GEF Drin project.

 

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