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Programm: ENI CBC Romania – Moldova

ENI CBC Romania – Moldova
Acronym RO-MD
Type of Fund Structural Fund
Description of programme
"ENI CBC Romania – Moldova"

The general objective of the Romania-Republic of Moldova Joint Operational Programme (JOP)  is to enhance the economic development and to improve the quality of life of the people in the Programme area through joint investments in education, economic development, culture, cross-border infrastructure and health while ensuring the safety and security of the citizens in the two countries.

Thematic objectives and priorities:

  • Support to education, research, technological development and innovation 
  • Promotion of local culture and preservation of historical heritage
  • Improvement of accessibility to the regions, development of transport and communication networks and systems 
  • Common challenges in the field of safety and security.
Link Link to Programme
Thematic Focus Education, Research, History, Health, Infrastructure, Innovation, Capacity Building, Art and Culture, Security, Technologies, Telecommunication, Tourism, Transport, Traffic
Danube Region
Origin of Applicant of programme
ENI CBC Romania – Moldova
Romania / România Macroregiunea Doi Nord-Est Botoşani
Romania / România Macroregiunea Doi Nord-Est Iaşi
Romania / România Macroregiunea Doi Nord-Est Vaslui
Romania / România Macroregiunea Doi Sud-Est Galaţi
Project Partner Yes
Project Partner Details

It is obligatory that at least one partner from Romania and one partner from the Republic of Moldova participate in the project. 

Applicant details

Indicative Beneficiaries for Priority 1.1: Institutional cooperation in the educational field for increasing access to education and quality of education:

  • National/ regional/ local public administration and other public institutions
  • Education institutions;
  • NGOs / professional teachers associations/ other relevant associations
  • Health organizations acting to prevent and cope with alcohol and drug abuse. (These beneficiaries are eligible in the context in which they work in association with education institutions).

Indicative Beneficiaries for Priority 1.2: Promotion and support for research and innovation:

  • Universities,
  • Research institutes/ organizations
  • National/ regional/ local public administration and other public institutions.

Indicative Beneficiaries for Priority 2.1: Preservation and promotion of the cultural and historical heritage:

  • Museums, cultural/religious/cult institutions
  • National/ regional/ local public authorities and other public institutions ;
  • NGOs, cultural and tourism associations;
  • Local business associations in the domain of traditional and craftsmen activities

Indicative Beneficiaries for Priority 3.1: Development of cross border transport infrastructure and ICT Infrastructure:

  • National/ regional/ local public administration and other public institutions;
  • State owned companies administrating transport and communication infrastructure

Indicative beneficiaries groups for Priority 4.1: Support to the development of health services and access to health :

  • National/ regional/ local public administration and other public institutions;
  • National/regional/local/ institutions acting in the field of health and social policies;
  • NGOs, universities and Research organizations;
  • Professional medical and patient associations

Indicative beneficiaries for Priority 4.2: Support to joint activities for the prevention of natural and man-made disasters as well as joint action during emergency situations:

  • National/ regional/ local public administration and other public institutions, including environmental organizations acting in the area of mitigation of disaster risk and effects and emergency situations;
  • Research organizations, NGOs

Indicative beneficiaries for Priority 4.3: Prevention and fight against organized crime and police cooperation:

  • Custom services, border police, police, other national/regional/local public institutions acting in the area of crime prevention and police, professional associations; 
  • National/ regional/ local public administration and other public institutions
Financial details

The co-financing rate by the EU is max. 90% of the project budget.

Contact Details

Joint Managing Authority (JMA)

Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration
Directorate MA for ETC Programmes
12 Libertatii Avenue
040129 Bucharest 5
Mrs. Iulia HERTZOG 
Head of Joint Managing Authority
Contact person: Mr. Alexandru TEACA (communication officer)
Phone: +4 0372111332
Mobile phone: 0733338171
Fax: +40 372111456


Joint Technical Secretariat (JTS) in Romania

CBC Regional Office Suceava

Mrs. Ingrid Bucsa, Head of JTS Suceava
Dragos Voda Street, no 22, Suceava, Romania
Phone +40230 530 049
Fax: +40230 530 055
Contact person: Mrs. Adriana Nicula(communication coordinator)


CBC Regional Office Iasi

Mr. Sebastian Costea, Head of JTS Iasi
Dimitrie Ralet Street, no 2A, Iasi, 700108, Iaşi, România
Phone: +40232-270646
Contact person: Mrs. Silvia Prichici (communication officer)


Branch offices of Joint Technical Secretariat (JTS) in Republic of Moldova

Branch Office in Republic of Moldova: State Chancellery of the Republic of Moldova
180, street Stefan cel Mare, office 510
Chisinau, MD 2004, Republic of Moldova
Phone:+373 22 250585/fax: +373 22 250273
Contact persons:
Andrei Hincu, junior expert, e-mail:, phone: 0037 369122393;

Iulia Furculita, junior expert, e-mal:, phone: 0037 369242711.


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