Within the framework of the project “Integrated Operational Center for Humanitarian Aid – HELP” funded by the European Union through Interreg IPA Cross-border Program between Greece - Republic of Macedonia, the first meeting of the project teams was held on May 29, Tuesday, on the premises of the Research Committee of Technological Educational Institute of Central Macedonia, the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Serres - Greece.

The meeting was attended by the project teams of the project: the Center for Development of the South-East Planning Region, the Research Committee of  Technological Educational Institute of Central Macedonia, the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Serres - Greece, the Ministry of Interior (Sector Macedonia-Thrace), Hellenic Rescue Team from Greece and Crisis Management Centre, R. Macedonia.

The main aim of the meeting was to get acquainted with the project activities, the deadlines for implementation and the role of each of the partners in the project activities. During the meeting were discussed the manner of communication between the partners, the activities related to the submission of the reports on the progress of the achieved results, the necessary documents for the implementation of the project by the partners were also presented, the deadlines for the preparation of the technical documentation, the procedures on public procurements and the organization of the further meetings.

The next meeting of the project team is planned to be held in Strumica, on September.

The project "Integrated Operational Center for Humanitarian Aid - HELP" is co-financed by the European Union through the Interreg IPA Cross-Border Cooperation Program between Greece and the Republic of Macedonia.

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