Interactive map published

We are pleased to announce that on the programme website, in the menu MAP, an interactive map of the programme area has been published where you can find project partners and descriptions of projects co-financed in the frame of the Operational Programme Slovenia-Austria 2007-2013 and where projects co-financed under the Cooperation Programme Interreg V-A Slovenia-Austria 2014-2020 will also be published soon.

The interactive map can also help you search for and get in touch with potential future partners.


Presentation of the cross-border programme Interreg V-A Slovenia-Austria at the EU representation of Carinthia – Brussels, 24 March 2017

At the EU representation of Carinthia, the representative of the cross-border cooperation programme Interreg V-A Slovenia-Austria, Dimitrij Pur, informed the high-ranking delegation of Carinthia, led by the president of the regional parliament, Ing. Reinhart Rohr, about the achievements in the frame of the programme. Especially stressed were the programme’s contribution to the ‘opening of borders’ and the usage of the joint development potential of the border area between Carinthia and Slovenia.


International training on the use of the eMS information system for the representatives of the national control units from Austria, Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia – Ljubljana, 21 March 2017

The Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy in its role as the Managing Authority and Joint Secretariats for the Cooperation Programmes Interreg V-A Slovenia-Austria, Slovenia-Hungary and Slovenia-Croatia delivered a training for national first-level controllers on the use of the electronic Monitoring System (eMS). More than 60 representatives of first-level control units from Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Slovenia, and of the Certifying Authority (Public Fund of the Republic of Slovenia for Regional and Rural Development) participated in the workshop whose purpose was to improve and speed up the approval of partner progress reports. The training was conducted amid announcement of the positive opinion by teh independent Audit Authority which declared that the Managing Authority and the Certifying Authority for the Interreg V-A Cooperation Programmes Slovenia-Austria, Slovenia-Hungary and Slovenia-Croatia meet the set designation criteria in the accreditation process.