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    Arad County Council – 25 years of european existence

    The IRE warmly congratulates the member region in Romania on its anniversary

    Located at the western gate of Romania, Arad County is one of the most important counties in the country. The capital city, Arad, displays spectacular parks and monumental buildings, along the Mures River.

    Arad joined the Institute of European Regions in 2008. Since then, several IRE events have taken place in the region, such as the Café d’Europe Régionale and the Europe Day. In 2012, some students from this region took part in the IRE internship program in Salzburg.

    The Arad region promotes and supports foreign and national companies in the region. The unemployment rate is lower than 2.5 percent and in the capital it is below one percent. Since 22nd April 1993 there has been a partnership with the EU, and the region has become a model at regional level through its European attitude.
     

    We are looking forward to continue on the fruitful cooperation with Arad County Council and congratulate to the 25th anniversary with the EU.
     
    You can find more information under: www.cjarad.ro and www.visitarad.ro

     
    Source: Arad County Council 

     

    13 Mini buses will be launched in Nicosia

    Incorporated Master Mobility Plan

    The Municipality of Nicosia (Member of the IRE) announced the arrival of 13 mini buses in Nicosia. The aim is to revitalise the historic centre of the Cyprian capital by improving accessibility through sustainable means of transport and reduce the number of cars within the walls gradually. 
    Each bus is environmentally friendly, fully equipped with heating and cooling systems and has the necessary infrastructure to transport people with mobility problems. The total capacity of each bus is 22 with room for strollers. The buses have also provision for bicycle transportation and easy access for wheelchairs.

    The launch of the mini buses falls within the provisions of Nicosia’s Integrated Mobility Master Plan and the service is complementary to the citiy’s public transport system.

    Source: www.cyprus-mail.com
    http://in-cyprus.com

      

    24-26 Sept 2017: Salzburg Summit – “Next Generation – Attractive Regions and Cities for Future Generations”