Registration for seminars on reporting in Riga and Pskov is now open

Seminars for project beneficiaries on reporting will be held on October 1 in Riga and on October 3 in Pskov. The seminar final agenda will be based on the prior survey of beneficiaries’ needs and will be designed to answer any question arising in connection with reporting.

Reporting seminar in Riga, October 1, working language is English & Latvian  – draft agenda, registration

Reporting seminar in Pskov, October 3, working language is English & Russiandraft agenda, registration

Make sure that everybody in charge of project reporting registers before September 20. In case of any questions, please contact:

Reporting seminar in Riga, October 1 – jelizaveta.sibatovska@varam.gov.lv

Reporting seminar in Pskov, October 3 – natalia.alexeeva@latruscbc.eu

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