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Launching of the SEA screening process

11/12/2014

Launching of the screening procedure in order to determine whether the Programme can have significant environmental effects

The Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration, with headquarters in Str. Apolodor nr.17, Sector 5, 050741 Bucharest, Romania, through the Directorate MA European Territorial Cooperation Programmes, acting as Managing Authority for the ENI CBC Black Sea Basin Programme 2014-2020, announces the interested public about the elaboration of the draft Programme strategy, for which the screening procedure was initiated in order to determine whether the Programme can have significant environmental effects, in accordance with Directive 2001/42/EC on the assessment of the effects of certain plans and programmes on the environment.

The document is available on the website of the Programme at www.blacksea-cbc.net – section 2014-2020 and on the Ministry’s website at www.mdrap.ro/dezvoltare-regionala/-4970/-7572/-1233.

Public comments on whether the Programme can have significant environmental effects will be received in writing at the headquarters of the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, Bd. Libertății nr. 12, Sector 5, 040129 Bucharest, Romania, within 18 days after the publication of this notice.

Financed by ENI CBC SPP, a project funded by the EU and implemented by AETS & Particip


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