Last modified: February 7, 2019

First Call for Proposals

The 1st Call for Proposals of the ENI CBC Black Sea Basin Joint Operational Programme 2014-2020 was launched on 31 January 2017 with the deadline of 31 May 2017, 23:59 (GMT+2).



As a result of the clarification requests sent by the potential applicants, a number of aspects requiring additional clarification have been identified in the content of the Guidelines for Grant Applicants and its annexes.

You can access the 1st Corrigendum and the revised annexes to the Guidelines for Applicants, approved by the Joint Monitoring Committee of the Programme, here.

Please consider the content of the Corrigendum in correlation with the already published Guidelines.

We remind you that any request for clarification should be addressed to: by 17 May 2017 and that the DEADLINE for submission the applications is 31 May 2017, 23:59 GMT+2


During the administrative compliance and eligibility check process for the applications submitted in the framework of the 1st Call for proposals, a materials error has been identified in the Annex 8 – Administrative compliance and eligibility check Grid (section B criterion 3) to the Guidelines for applicants.

In order to correct this material error (entirely in correlation with provisions of section 2.4.1 Applicants – (2) Geographical location – see text box) an ERRATA was prepared.

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