Series of events for project beneficiaries is launched!

The Joint Technical Secretariat of Latvia-Russia CBC Programme (hereinafter – JTS) is launching a series of events for project beneficiaries on the topical issues proposed by projects. Thanks to all who participated in the survey on cooperation with the JTS and shared ideas on support expected in 2021!

First up are webinars for project beneficiaries on project changes to be held on February 19:

  • 10:00-12:00 (GMT+3) in Russian,
  • 14:00-16:00 (GMT+2) in Latvian.

Please check the agenda and make sure that everyone in charge of project implementation registers before February 16 here Make your contribution to the content of the event and ask your questions already now in the registration form!

You may expect webinars on organizing project events online on February 23 in Latvian and on February 24 in Russian, and webinars on project closure this spring. Save the dates and stay tuned for more to come!

If you need support on other topic of interest, please feel free to contact your Project Manager!

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