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Vidin region – in the Common vision for sustainable mobility along the Danube region

25.09.2013

The Common vision for sustainable mobility in the Danube region was signed in Bratislava from 14 financial partners among which is Regional administration Vidin. The capital of Slovakia was host of the Mid-term conference and the Third partner meeting on project TRANSDANUBE – Sustainable transport and tourism along the Danube region from September 17 to 19, 2013. The meeting was attended by the representatives of Regional administration Vidin as a project partner. 

With the signing of the Common vision for sustainable mobility all project partners declare that they will work together for sustainable mobility in the regions along the Danube. The Regional governor of Vidin region Dipl. Eng. Krastyo Spasov signed the document on September 13, 2013. 

At the conference was held a Partner fair where Vidin region was presented with poster and promotional materials. The citizens of Bratislava had the opportunity to learn about the possibilities for cooperation and development of the Danube regions. 

During the two-day workshop were presented the first results of the project implementation: regional action plans, mobility offers and packages for sustainable mobility in tourism and the financial status of the project partners. Also were discussed the guidelines for the development of International Marketing Strategy. In the next part of the meeting Moldova was presented as a new strategic partner. 

TRANSDANUBE – Sustainable transport and tourism along the Danube region aims to develop the sustainable mobility along the Danube through the promotion of alternative models of transport – train, bus, bicycle and ship and the sustainable development of the tourism along the Danube region. TRANSDANUBE is international project and there are participating 14 financial partners from 6 countries and more than 35 strategic partners and observers. TRANSDANUBE is financed by the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme and contributes to achieving the objectives of the European polices and strategies and particularly the implementation of the European Strategy for the Danube region. 

You could find more information about the project on: www.transdanube.eu 



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