Cooperation Partners

South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme (Hungary)


Acronym: Joint Technical Secretariat

The South East Europe Programme aims to develop transnational partnerships on matters of strategic importance, in order to improve the territorial, economic and social integration process and to contribute to cohesion, stability and competitiveness of the region. For this purpose, the Programme seeks to realize high quality, result oriented projects of strategic character, relevant for the programme area. The South East Europe Programme helps to promote better integration between the Member States, candidate and potential candidate countries and neighbouring countries. Regional cooperation in South East Europe is essential, regardless of the different stage of integration of the various countries. The stability, prosperity and security of the region are of significant interest to the EU. The designated Managing Authority for the SEE Programme is: National Development Agency, Managing Authority for International Cooperation Programmes The Managing Authority (MA) is responsible for managing and implementing the programme in accordance with the respective regulations. The Managing Authority is directly supported by the Joint Technical Secretariat as it carries out the operational management work for the whole programme. The Joint Technical Secretariat supports the Managing Authority in programme coordination and implementation. Its multinational team fulfils a variety of tasks, such as: - Programme level tasks - Secretariat tasks for the Monitoring Committee - Administrative management of external services and other Technical Assistance activities - Monitoring - Project generation and assessment - Project implementation


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