Approved Communication and Visibility Guidelines

New “Communication and Visibility Guidelines for Project Beneficiaries” have been approved by Latvia-Russia CBC Programme Joint Monitoring Committee on May, 24 and are now available at our website.

This document describes beneficiaries’ legal obligations and the mandatory elements of the communication and visibility measures that must be implemented in all projects co-financed by the Programme. If mandatory information and communication requirements are not observed or are partly observed, related project outputs (events, purchases, publications, etc.) may be considered as ineligible or partly ineligible and the respective co-financing may be reduced.

These Guidelines are applicable during the project implementation, as well as for the obligations arising in relation to the project after its closure (as described in the Practical Guidelines for Project Implementation).

Dear Beneficiaries, please read the document carefully, ask us questions and make sure to bring success to your project.

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