Presentation on Višegrad Fund

In 2000 four countries, today EU Member States, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary formed the international organization, Višegrad Fund, seated in Bratislava. The purpose of the Fund is promotion of development and cooperation between member states and cooperation with countries to access the EU.

“Funds available from the Visegrad Fund since 2010 are 6 million Euros and they will be aimed at projects related to cultural cooperation, scientific exchange and research, education, cross-border cooperation, youth exchange and promotion of tourism. Project applicants may be NGOs, municipalities, local and regional administrative bodies, schools, universities and private companies. It is necessary for the project to have at least two partners from the above mentioned four countries, and the deadline for the submission of project proposals under the following call for proposals is 15 March this year”, said Predrag Novikov, Director of the Office for European Affairs.