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The final ceremony of the project “Technical Assistance to Transport Operational Structure in identification and assessment of projects“
The final ceremony of the „Technical Assistance to Transport Operational Structure in identification and assessment of projects“ Project,financed as part of the IPA 2007-2013 programme for the Republic of Croatia, took place in Zagreb. The project, financed as part of the IPA 2007-2013 programme was launched on 23 February 2012, with duration of 15 months.
The Ministry of Environment and Nature Protection and the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Croatia held the closing ceremony of the project “Establishment of centers for Implementation of IPPC at regional level in Croatia” financed under EU IPA Programme for Croatia. The objective of this project worth € 1.120.000 EUR was to develop Croatia’s capacity for the implementation of the EU Directive 2008/1/EC “concerning integrated pollution prevention and control” (the IPPC Directive), which has been transposed into Croatian legislation. The primary target was to help industries, but also to help other stakeholders (e.g. regional and local self-government units, NGOs, Croatian Environment Agency, Ministry of Environment and Nature Protection) involved in the IPPC implementation and permitting process. The Ministry of Environment and Nature Protection is the Main Beneficiary.
In the town of Osijek the grand opening of the new building of the Business Incubator BIOS were held. The construction of the new building has been funded through the project "Construction of Modular Production Facilities within Business Incubator BIOS”, which was awarded and financed through the IPA Component IIIC, Business related infrastructure Grant scheme – Regional Competitiveness Operational Programme. Total budget for the project is 1.391.050,62 EUR. The EU finances the project with 999.887,19 EUR of non-refundable funds, while the City of Osijek co-finances the project with 348.736,39 EUR. The objective of the project is to open 50 new companies and create 228 new job vacancies over the next ten years.