Last modified: February 22, 2017

National Authorities (NAs) 2014-2020

National Authority is the entity appointed by each participating country bearing the ultimate responsibility for supporting the Management Authority in the implementation of the programme in its own territory.

Its main functions shall be:

  • support the MA in the preparation of the annual report by providing, reviewing and/or commenting the information concerning the implementation of the programme on their territory;
  • support the MA for preparing the annual monitoring and evaluation of the programme ;
  • support the MA/JTS in the implementation of the information and communication plan and in the organisation of communication and information events on their territory;
  • support the MA/JTS in relation to the elaboration of the application pack and ensuring its compliance with the national legislation specificities;
  • support the MA/JTS in the preparation of grant contract template and annexes;
  • support in disseminating information about the call for proposals on their territory;
  • propose members in the Selection Committee and check that the proposed members are not subject to a conflict of interest;
  • support the MA/JTS in carrying out the administrative check and ensure the eligibility check for the entities on their territory;
  • support the MA/JTS in the contracting phase, including the prevention of the duplication of activities among projects funded by EU;
  • support the MA/JTS in conducting project monitoring and follow-up on their territory;
  • support the MA/JTS for on the spot visits and requests related to the results-oriented monitoring, on their territory;
  • provide information to MA/JTS/beneficiaries located on their territory on national procedures/requirements (e.g. labour law provisions, VAT exemption, eligibility issues, procurement);
  • contribute to capitalisation of results at national level;
  • ensure dissemination of results and good practice;
  • inform the MA about the detection or suspecting of operational and management problems that were/may be encountered by any project implemented on their territory as soon as such information becomes available;
  • notify irregularities to the MA without delay;
  • support in identifying risks on their territory;
  • define together with the MA effective and proportionate anti-fraud measures to be put in place on their territory.

For ENI CBC Partner Countries, the National Authority is the body ultimately responsible for the implementation of the provisions set out in the Financing Agreement signed with the European Commission.

 


The first meeting of the Joint Programming Committee for the Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027
31/01/2020 The first meeting of the Joint Programming Committee - body responsible for the preparation of the Interr
Procurement rules: National legislation or PRAG?
21/01/2020 According to art. 9.1 of the Grant Contract (GC), all Beneficiaries must comply with the procurement rule
IMPORTANT NOTICE! Instruction no.19 from October 2019 to Beneficiaries of the ENI CBC Black Sea Basin Joint Operational Programme 2014-2020 regarding preparation and filling in interim reports in eMS
23/10/2019 To ensure more guidance and support during the implementation of the projects funded by Joint Operational
The first meeting of the Joint Programming Committee for the Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027

The first meeting of the Joint Programming Committee – body responsible for the preparation of the Interreg NEXT (Neighbourhood External) Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027 – was held on the 29th of January 2020 in Brussels, Belgium. The eligible participating countries of the new Programme involves ten states from the Black Sea Basin: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russian Federation, Turkey and Ukraine.

European Cooperation Day 2019 in Romania
This year, to celebrate European Cooperation Day, a Solid Waste collecting Action was conducted at the Black Sea, because generating environmental attitudes is essential in the fight against climate change and the reduction of environmental pollution.
It is a step closer in spreading awareness of environmental challenges and good waste management practices in the Black Sea Basin region. Further, by involving children it was anticipated to improve attitudes towards the environment.
Fourth meeting of the Joint Monitoring Committee for Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020

The new generation of projects to be funded under the Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020 has been approved by the Joint Monitoring Committee during the meeting held in Odessa, Ukraine, on 17th of September 2019.

The second Call for Proposals of the Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020 is open starting with 1 October 2018 with deadline 5 February 2019
  Herewith you can access the Applicants Pack for the 2nd Call for proposals of the Joint Operational Programme


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