Call for an expert in regional socio-economic analysis announced

The socio-economic development of Latvia and Russia border regions is continuous, coherent and successive. In the end of 2019, Latvia-Russia CBC Programme has started preparations for the new programming period 2021-2027. The key process setting the Programme for implementation is the development of the Programme Document.

The essential part of the Programme Document is socio-economic analysis of participating regions in Latvia and Russia. It tackles both common challenges and development potential of participating regions, identifies fields for cooperation and supported activities, and grounds the need for joint investments in the new Programme.

To carry out the socio-economic analysis for the Programme Document, the Programme is calling for an expert! The duration of call is from 21 July 2020 till 11 August 2020 (11:00 AM). The Programme invites interested parties to join exciting journey towards the new round of Latvia and Russia cross-border cooperation. Learn more about the call and the scope of tasks of the expert here:
Procurement Monitoring Bureau: https://pvs.iub.gov.lv/show/624320
Electronic Procurement System: https://www.eis.gov.lv/EKEIS/Supplier/Procurement/42189

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