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Where and how should we send the applications?

Applications must be submitted in one original and two copies in A4 size, each bound and attached together with a list of contents. The complete Grant Application Form, all annexes and supporting documents must be submitted as well in electronic format (CD-Rom): .doc format and .xls format for the application and annexes and .pdf/.jpg version for documents including signatures and stamps. The electronic format must contain exactly the same application as the paper version enclosed.

Applications must be submitted in a sealed envelope by registered mail, private courier service or by hand-delivery (a signed and dated certificate of receipt will be given to the deliverer) at the address below:

Postal address and address for hand delivery or by private courier service

Ministerul Dezvoltarii Regionale si Turismului

Directia Generala Cooperare Teritoriala Europeana

Bd. Libertatii nr. 12, Bucuresti 040129, sector 5, Romania

REGISTRATURA, ETAJ 4


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