3rd transnational meeting in Izmail, Ukraine

3rd transnational meeting was held in the period 20-22 November 2019 in Izmail, Ukraine in the framework of the project “Green Tourism and Historical Heritage – a stepping stone for the development of the Black Sea Basin (GreeTHIS)”, funded by the European Union through the Black Sea Basin Programme 2014-2020.

This time Executive Committee of Izmail City Council hosted project partners from Bulgaria, Romania, Georgia and Republic of Moldova. During the partners meeting consortium discussed all current issues and urgent questions in project implementation. Also plan for future activities and “to do list” were developed.

On 21st November 2019 international workshop “Green, active and historical tourism development in the Black Sea countries” was organized. 39 representatives of local public authorities, public (service) providers, SME, Business support organisations and other interested persons were able to get acquainted with tourist potential, existing tourist routes, hotels, attractions and touristic infrastructure in project partners countries. The ideas for future Roadmap (which will be developed in the framework of the project) were discussed and proposals from stakeholders were taken into account by project staff.

Also, project partners and stakeholders visited the family-owned production of sausages and homemade brandy “Balkansky Yastia” in Bolgrad, where they were introduced to the production process itself, preserved cultural monuments and the history of the region.

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The third site visit organized by ACTIE

In the period 12-13 November 2019 took place the third Site visit in the Cahul region in the framework of the activity 2.3.1 of the project “Green Tourism and Historical Heritage – a stepping stone for the development of the Black Sea Basin (GreeTHIS)”, funded by the European Union through the Black Sea Basin Programme 2014-2020.

The event was organized by Cross-border Cooperation and European Integration Agency in Cahul district and trough this events was visited 5 Museum from Cahul and from the villages from Cahul rayon. So, were visited the Cahul County Museum, Valeni Museum of History and Ethno-folklore, The Bred Museum also from Valeni village, The Museum of History and Ethnography from Slobozia Mare village and The Museum from Cucoara village.

The events gathered together over 30 representatives of the different institutions from Cahul like stakeholders, representatives of the local community, representatives of the local SMEs and local public authorities. Through these visits, participants had the opportunity to discover new things about bread history, local customs and traditions.

A treia vizită turistica organizată de ACTIE

În perioada 12-13 noiembrie 2019 in Cahul a avut loc a treia vizită turistica din cadrul Activității 2.3.1 din cadrul proiectului „Turismul verde și patrimoniul istoric – un pas important pentru dezvoltarea Bazinului Mării Negre (GreeTHIS)”, finanțat de Uniunea Europeană prin Programul Bazinul Mării Negre 2014-2020.

Evenimentele au fost organizate de catre Agenția de Cooperare Transfrontalieră și Integrare Europeană din raionul Cahul și prin aceste evenimente au fost vizitate  5 Muzee din raionul Cahul. Astfel, au fost vizitate Muzeul Tinutului Cahul, Muzeul de Istorie și Etnografie din satul Valeni, Muzeul Painii traditii si obiceiuri tot din satul Valeni, Muzeul de Istorie și Etnografie din satul Slobozia Mare și Muzeul din satul Cucoara.

Evenimentele au reunit peste 30 de reprezentanți ai diferitelor instituții din Cahul precum părți interesate, reprezentanți ai comunității locale, reprezentanți ai IMM-urilor locale și ai autorităților publice locale. Prin aceste vizite, participanții au avut ocazia să descopere lucruri noi despre istoria pâinii, obiceiurile și tradițiile locale.

The third site visit organized by ACTIE

In the period 12-13 November 2019 took place the third Site visit in the Cahul region in the framework of the activity 2.3.1 of the project “Green Tourism and Historical Heritage – a stepping stone for the development of the Black Sea Basin (GreeTHIS)”, funded by the European Union through the Black Sea Basin Programme 2014-2020.

The event was organized by Cross-border Cooperation and European Integration Agency in Cahul district and trough this events was visited 5 Museum from Cahul and from the villages from Cahul rayon. So, were visited the Cahul County Museum, Valeni Museum of History and Ethno-folklore, The Bred Museum also from Valeni village, The Museum of History and Ethnography from Slobozia Mare village and The Museum from Cucoara village.

The events gathered together over 30 representatives of the different institutions from Cahul like stakeholders, representatives of the local community, representatives of the local SMEs and local public authorities. Through these visits, participants had the opportunity to discover new things about bread history, local customs and traditions.

The third site visit organized by ACTIE

In the period 12-13 November 2019 took place the third Site visit in the Cahul region in the framework of the activity 2.3.1 of the project “Green Tourism and Historical Heritage – a stepping stone for the development of the Black Sea Basin (GreeTHIS)”, funded by the European Union through the Black Sea Basin Programme 2014-2020.

The event was organized by Cross-border Cooperation and European Integration Agency in Cahul district and trough this events was visited 5 Museum from Cahul and from the villages from Cahul rayon. So, were visited the Cahul County Museum, Valeni Museum of History and Ethno-folklore, The Bred Museum also from Valeni village, The Museum of History and Ethnography from Slobozia Mare village and The Museum from Cucoara village.

The events gathered together over 30 representatives of the different institutions from Cahul like stakeholders, representatives of the local community, representatives of the local SMEs and local public authorities. Through these visits, participants had the opportunity to discover new things about bread history, local customs and traditions.