The 29th of April, in Venice, took place the kick-off meeting of SACHE project funded by Interreg Central Europe programme, which main goal is to foster transnational cooperation in Central Europe in order to improve living and working conditions in the cities and regions of the area throughout the development of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth in the sectors of innovation, the low-carbon economy, natural and cultural heritage and transports.


Tuesday 21st May 2019 will be held in Udine the national conference for the launch of the GPP-Stream Project, funded by the Interreg Europe programme.


On March 28th, in Venice, at the headquarters of the Palazzo Grandi Stazioni of the Veneto Region, took place the kick-off meeting of PRIMIS "Multicultural journey between Italy and Slovenia through the prism of minorities". The project of a duration of 36 months, is funded with € 2.83 million of EU funds under the Interreg Italy-Slovenia.


The award is given every year to projects funded by the European Union that demonstrate excellence and new approaches in regional development.

Each Operational Program can choose up to 5 projects: the MED Programme has selected SISMA project as one of the best innovative practices developed in the Mediterranean area, endorsing SISMA for the Regio Star 2019 award participation.


Informest and Friuli Venezia Giulia Autonomous Region – International Relationship Dept. will be present with own stand (Pad. 9, stand D 11) at the international exhibition EXCO2019, the first and global expo dedicated to the development co-operation, that will be held at Roma Exhibition Centre on 15-17 May.

The main national and international key players, Government representatives, development agencies, international organizations, financial institutions and civil society, involved in the development cooperation activities, will discuss about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as opportunities for the private sector and the job creation.

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The final conference of the project "PATH DEV - Pilot action in the fishing sector for Libyan economic development" was held in Udine last 2nd April. The project, funded by the Italian Ministry of the Interior, was managed by Friuli Venezia Giulia Autonomous Region with the operational support of Informest.

A Libyan delegation of 35 experts, leaded by the mayors of Tripoli, Benghazi, Zliten and Sirte, has participated at the conference, illustrating the current situation of the fishing sector in Libya. The representatives of the national authorities responsible for the food safety, certification and the labelling of the product were the speakers together the representatives of the Italian civil servants, acting in the same fields. The goal of the conference and of the project overall was a comparison with the regional experts on the opportunities of the fishing sector, taking stock of the activities and the results reached thanks to the actions of the PATH DEV project.


It was held on 3rd April,  at Informest headquarters the 3rd laboratory on blue energy “BEL FVG”.

The “BEL FVG” was established in February 2018 as part of the “Maestrale” project and counts about 30 participants, including the FVG regional administration, universities, research centres and companies.

The BEL FVG has been designed as a permanent monitory centre to share experiences and regional know-how on the topic renewable energies: in 2018, BEL FVG tried to identify two pilot actions to be developed in FVG’s territory.


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