While the implementation of the last projects contracted under the IPA 2007-2013 programme is slowly coming to an end and the countries are preparing for closing the programme, the implementation of the new programme financed from IPA 2014-2020 funds is going to start soon. IPA 2014-2020 programme was prepared by participating countries during second half of 2013 and first half of 2014 and adopted by European Commission for funding at the of 2014.
|Programme overall objective:
The programme general objective is to contribute to the economic, social and territorial development of the programme area by fostering integration, joint development and use of potentials and opportunities to make the area attractive to live and work
|Thematic priority 1||Promoting employment, labour mobility and social and cultural inclusion across the border|
|Thematic priority 2||Protecting the environment, promoting climate change adaptation and mitigation, risk prevention and management|
|Thematic priority 3||Encouraging tourism and cultural and natural heritage|
|Thematic priority 4||Technical Assistance|
To learn more about priorities, potential candidates and financial allocations see IPA 2014-2020 cross-border cooperation programme Serbia-Montenegro and check the programme website.
Management of the programme
IPA 2014-2020 programme will be implemented in indirect management and the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Serbia will be the Contracting Authority for this programme.
The CBC bodies coordinating the programme implementation process on the respective sides of the border are the Serbian European Integration Office, Serbia and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and European Integration, Montenegro.
The JTS is located in Prijepolje, Serbia, and the Antenna in Bijelo Polje, Montenegro.
|Address:||Vladimira Perica Valtera 36, 31300 Prijepolje, Serbia|
|Contact person:||Darko Čukuranović|
|Phone:||+381 33 712 370|
|Fax:||+381 33 712 370|
Serbia: municipalities of Nova Varoš, Priboj, Prijepolje, Sjenica in Zlatiborski district; municipalities of Vrnjačka Banja, Kraljevo, Novi Pazar, Raška, Tutin in Raški District; and Municipality of Ivanjica in Moravički district.
Montenegro: Municipalities of Andrijevica, Berane, Bijelo Polje, Gusinje, Kolašin, Mojkovac, Nikšić, Petnjica, Plav, Pljevlja, Plužine, Rožaje, Šavnik, Žabljak.