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Newsletter 14 - December 2011
7th SEETO Annual Meeting of Ministers

The South East European Transport Observatory (SEETO) in cooperation with the European Commission hosted the 7th Annual Meeting of Ministers for development of the SEETO Comprehensive Network on 29 November 2011, in the framework of the TEN-T days in Antwerp, Belgium.

The Meeting was attended by high level delegations from the Transport and Infrastructure Ministries of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montene...read more

The Central European Initiative – LP of the SEETAC project -  as stakeholder at the TEN-T days - in Antwerp, Belgium21/12/2011
The Central European Initiative – LP of the SEETAC project - as stakeholder at the TEN-T days - in Antwerp, Belgium

The Central European Initiative, in its capacity as LP of the SEETAC project was invited to participate as stakeholder at the Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T) days, that took place on 29-30th November 2011 in Antwerp, Belgium.

The event was the occasion for the European Commission (EC) to present the proposal for the new TEN-T Guidelines, which were adopted by the EC on...read more

Cooperation from the very beginning: SEETAC presentation at Kick of Meeting of Project SETA

The project SETA (South East Transport Axis), financed within the South East Europe Program, is aiming at the implementation of measures for the improvement of accessibility and logistic workflows as the basis for regional development in the South East Europe. The project lead partner is the Land Burgenland, other project partners are regions along the corridors, harbours, a railway company, research institutes and the Ministries of Transport of Slovakia and Austria.

Its...read more

SEETAC in 2011, what’s beyond facts and figures?

Another busy year is now almost behind us and the moment has come to sum up some of the most important achievements reached in this year. The whole partnership worked hard on both political and technical aspects for the benefit of the entire project and many unexpected activities very carried out, that surprisingly enriched our project results.

First of all, a lot of efforts were made to draw the attention of the European Commission to the SEETAC activities and progress ...read more

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