Registration for webinars on communication is now open

Webinars for project beneficiaries on Latvia-Russia CBC Programme communication requirements will be held on January 28 in Latvian and on January 29 in Russian.

Communication webinar on January 28, 10:00 – 12:00 (EET), working language Latvian – registration

Communication webinar on January 29, 11:00 – 13:00 (MSK), working language Russianregistration

Make sure that everybody in charge of project communication registers before January 23.

! All beneficiaries registered for the webinars will receive an email explaining how to join the webinar with a brief manual how to use the software.

! The email will be sent to the address provided during the registration.

! You can use a computer, a tablet or a smartphone with good Internet connection to participate in the webinar. Since questions can be only asked via chat box, we strongly recommend using computer.

In case of any questions, please contact: Information Manager Mrs. Jeļizaveta Šibatovska, e-mail: jelizaveta.sibatovska@varam.gov.lv

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