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SEETAC’s 8th Project Meeting in Belgrade, Serbia

On January 18th, 2012 SEETAC's 8th Project Meeting took place in Belgrade, Serbia. The meeting was organised by the Office of the President of the Republic of Serbia in cooperation with the Serbian Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy. Mr. Dejan Lasica, Assistant Minister of Infrastructure and Energy opened the meeting with his welcoming speech, stressing the importance of the project for Serbia in view of improving regional cooperation and of playing a leading role in the Western Balkan Region. He spoke about the main infrastructural achievements in Serbia made in the last year and also about those forthcoming.

The meeting was attended by Mr. Alain Baron, from the European Commission, DG Move who expressed the importance of the project for the EC. He also offered full support to the SEETAC partners in the completion of the Multimodal traffic scenarios through the TEN-TEC database.

The meeting dealt with the main results deriving from the data collection, traffic flows in SEE area in the existing and future situation, as well as the results on the transport model. Partners discussed on the next modeling activities for the definition of future scenarios, selection of scenario pilot projects for which possible funding opportunities will be identified.

The SEETAC project is approaching the end of the its duration and therefore the remaining activities were discussed and programmed in order to produce all foreseen outputs and results.

Finally, partners decided upon the next events to be held and organized by the end of June: third Ministerial Conference in Athens, Investors Conference and the Final Conference.

The next Ministerial Conference will take place together with the Investors Conference in Athens on May 15th, 2012.

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