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Member regions
 

Arad County:
Arad County Council
Str. Corneliu Coposu, nr. 22,  310003 Arad, Romania
Telefon: (+40-57) 281-660, 281-830
Fax: (+40-57) 250-170, 281-572
www.cjarad.ro
 
Bacs-Kiskun County:
General Assembly of Bacs-Kiskun County
6000 Kecskemét, Deák Ferenc tér 3. Magyarország
Telefon: (+36-76) 513-802
Fax: (+36-76) 513-811
www.bacskiskun.hu
 

Csongrad County:
General Assembly of Csongrad County
6741 Szeged, Rákóczi tér 1. Magyarország
Telefon: (+36-62) 566-002
Fax: (+36-62) 420-080
www.csongrad-megye.hu
 

Caras-Severin County:
Caras-Severin County Council

Piaŝa 1 Decembrie 1918 nr. 1. 320084-Reşiŝa, Romania

Telefon: (+40-55) 211-420
Fax: (+40-55) 211-127
www.cjcs.ro
 
Timis County:
Timis County Council
Bd. Revoluŝiei din 1989, nr. 17. 300034 Timişoara, Romania

Telefon: (+40-256) 406-323, 406-336

Fax: (+40-256) 406-301

www.cjtimis.ro
 
Vojvodina Autonomous Province:
Government of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
Bul. Mihajla Pupina 16. 21000. Novi Sad, Republic of Serbia
Telefon: (+381-21) 422-368, 423-935
Fax: (+381-21) 422-496
www.vojvodina.gov.rs



   

Borderless routes and adventures in the DKMT Euroregion

The project Borderless routes and adventures in the DKMT Euroregion is implemented under the Hungary-Romania Cross-Border Co-operation Programme 2007-2013 (www.huro-cbc.eu), and is part-financed by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund and Hungary and Romania. The programme aims to bring the different actors - people, economic actors and communities - closer to each other, in order to better exploit opportunities offered by the joint development of the border area.

Borderless routes and adventures in the DKMT Euroregion

EuroRegional News Aggregator

The project EuroRegional News Aggregator is implemented under the Hungary-Romania Cross-Border Co-operation Programme 2007-2013 (www.huro-cbc.eu), and is part-financed by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund and Hungary and Romania. The programme aims to bring the different actors - people, economic actors and communities - closer to each other, in order to better exploit opportunities offered by the joint development of the border area.