Kick-off seminar | Aug 20 & 22 | Save the date!

More than half of Latvia-Russia CBC projects have been successfully contracted, and it’s time to meet for a good start! We will see you on Aug 20 in Pskov (Russia) and on Aug 22 in Daugavpils (Latvia) to help your projects get a smooth and efficient beginning.

Last week, project partners were very active in selecting topics to discuss at the kick-off seminars. And here’s the list of your top-5 interests:

  1. Reporting
  2. Financial management
  3. Eligibility of costs
  4. Project changes
  5. Procurement

We will make sure that our project managers cover everything of your interest and respond to your additional questions, which we were very happy to receive during topics selection!

Aug 20 & 22 – save the date and see you soon!

! The registration to be opened at the end of July.
! The registration is mandatory and subject to JTS approval. Please wait for confirmation before planning your travel and accommodation.
! Seminar working language is English.

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