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May additional questions about the Guidelines for Grant applicants and present call for Proposals be addressed? To whom, when and where?

Questions may in addition be sent by e-mail or by fax no later than 15 days before the deadline for the submission of applications to the below address, indicating clearly the reference of the Call for Proposals (2nd Call for Proposals):

E-mail address:

Fax: +40 372 111 456

Replies will be given no later than 11 days before the deadline for the submission of applications. The Joint Managing Authority has no obligation to provide further clarifications after this date.

Questions that may be relevant to other Applicants/partners, together with the answers, will be published in English on the programme website: in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section.

The Applicant/partner should contact its National Info Point / National Authority ( ) for additional support and information in its national language and when specific national information is needed.

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