Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC) Serbia - Bulgaria
Interreg Cross-border Co-operation Program Serbia-Bulgaria was adopted by the European Commission in July 2015 and its financing projects are related to the development of sustainable tourism, youth and environmental protection.
The program covers Serbian districts: Borski, Zajecar, Nisavski, Toplic, Pirot, Jablanicki and Pcinjski, and Bulgarian areas: Vidin, Montana, Vraca, Sofia, Pernik and Kyustendil.
Total EU co-financing for the 2014-2020 Cross-border Co-operation between Serbia and Bulgaria amounts to EUR 26 million.
By the end of 2019, 68 projects had been funded. Some of these are joint projects for the development of bone disease diagnostic centers for school children in Serbia and Bulgaria, the development of tourism and gastronomic offerings in cross-border areas, the removal of illegal dumps, the restoration of early Christian basilicas and medieval fortresses, a joint fire protection unit, etc.
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TENDER PROCEDURE FOR Promotion of Niš Fortress with modern technologies UNDER IPA CBC PROJECT ”Increasing the touristic attractiveness of Sofia and Niš”
For: Small and medium enterprise (SME)
The following announcement contains information about the tender procedure planned by the Citizens' Association "Institute for Progress and Collaboration of the Western Balkans Regions" under the “Increasing the touristic attractiveness of Sofia and Niš”project. Citizens' Association "Institute for Progress and Collaboration of the Western Balkans Regions" implements the project financed under IPA CBC Program Serbia – Bulgaria 2014-2020.
Promoting of the Nis Fortress is obligatory part of the project. The best way this to be done is with help of modern and state of the art technologies. In order the Mausoleum to be presented in the best way a 3D model will be created for the purpose of visualization, conservation and tourists advertising.
To apply for tender procedure, please download Tender dossier