The opening conference of the "Agriculture innovation towards growth and employment in cross-border region -
The welcoming speeches were delivered by Vuk Radojević, Provincial Secretary for Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, Sanda Šimić, representative of the Ministry of European Integration of the Republic of Serbia, Vidosava Enderić, Director of the European Affairs Fund of AP Vojvodina, Svetlana Balešević-Tubić PhD, Deputy Director of the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, and Béla Kakas, President of the Assembly of the Csongrád County. The project was presented by Predrag Rajić, Project Manager.
Vuk Radojević, Provincial Secretary said that the project was a historic one, primarily because it was the first EU project in which the Provincial Secretariat for Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management was the Leading Beneficiary. He pointed out that the total project value of EUR 325,536.75 (of which EU donation was EUR 252,849.90) exceeded multiply its nominal value because the basic idea was to motivate young people to stay in the countryside, and that is why the target group of the project were mainly young farmers aged up to 40 years. The project objective was the overall enhancement of innovative approach in agriculture with the aim of utilizing arable land in gardens in the cross-border area by introducing new technologies for the cultivation of plant
The guest from Csongrád County, Béla Kakas, President of the Assembly, said that people in Vojvodina were blessed with quality land and a number of sunny days, which was not only an opportunity, but a commitment to development as well, and he underlined that he truly believed that Vojvodina could be
- Current News
- Vojvodina European Office in Brussels
- EU ongoing projects
- EU implemented projects
- Other projects
- Antenna of Creative Europe Culture Desk Serbia
- Specialised Programme "Management of Regional Development through EU funds"
- Training - EU funding opportunities
- FEP Tours
- EU Calls for Proposals
The representatives of...
In the crowded...
The opening ceremony...