Annual meeting of the EGTC Platform, Palma de Mallorca - EU monitor

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Zaterdag 19 oktober 2019
datum 26 september 2019 09:00 - 27 september 2019 16:30
plaats Palma de Mallorca, Spanje
locatie Hotel Gran Meliá Victoria, Avinguda de Joan Miró 21, Palma de Mallorca, Spain Toon locatie
organisatie Comité van de Regio's (CvdR) i

​The ninth annual meeting of the EGTC Platform will take place this year in Palma, Spain, on 27 September 2019, in partnership with EGTC Euroregion Pyrénées-Méditerranée and the Government of the Balearic Islands.

During the event, the participants will discuss the current affairs related to EGTCs, the future of European Territorial Cooperation (ETC) and the ongoing negotiations in the EU Council related to the ETC and the European Cross-Border Mechanism. The participants will also have an opportunity to meet the newly created EGTCs and hear some of the best EGTC practices from around Europe.

The full programme of the meeting will be available on this web site in mid-June; however, the registrations are already open on the link that can be found on the right hand side. (Registrations close on 9 September).


Venue: Hotel Gran Meliá Victoria, Avinguda de Joan Miró 21, Palma de Mallorca

Duration of the event: The main event will start at 9:00h and end around 16:30h on 27 September; however, there will be an evening dinner reception organized the night before on 26 September.

Proposed arrival: 26 September during the morning / afternoon

Participation fee: None

Accommodation: On your own expense. The list of hotels the local organizers propose can be found on the right hand side.

Interpretation: French, Spanish, Catalan and English.

We hope to see you in Palma!


Contact Person: Slaven Klobučar

Organizer: European Committee of the Regions, COTER Commission



Comité van de Regio's (CvdR)

Dit orgaan is de spreekbuis voor lokale en regionale overheden binnen de Europese Unie. De Raad van de Europese Unie i en de Europese Commissie i zijn in bepaalde gevallen verplicht advies te vragen aan het Comité van de Regio's (CvdR), voordat zij een besluit kunnen nemen.


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