The 6th Joint Monitoring Committee meeting

On 14 November 2019 the Joint Monitoring Committee (JMC) members from Latvia and Russia, experts from TESIM, the European Commission and observers will gather in St Petersburg, Russia, to monitor the implementation of the Latvia-Russia CBC Programme and to discuss Programme goals and plans for the coming year.

This year marks the official launch of Programme projects selected by the JMC. To support beneficiaries and provide information for project implementation and reporting the Programme organised subject-related seminars, updated Practical Implementation Guidelines and Communication and Visibility Guidelines, developed Expenditure and Revenue Verification Guidelines for auditors and public officers and delivered a variety of public events to promote the Programme.
During the JMC meeting the forthcoming Programme implementation activities and events for the next year will be discussed, too. We are looking forward for a fruitful session and good teamwork to set the Programme milestones for 2020.

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