The project responds to the problems identified in the border regions of three countries, relating particularly low communication accessibility, poor quality of road infrastructure and inefficient transportation system.
He’s always been enchanted by the beauty that surrounded him...
The PaNTHer project partners need to face the problem of poor technical condition of the infrastructure and its insufficient accessibility in the Przemyski Poviat (PL) and the Staryi Sambir.
On 26th September 2019, we participated in the ceremony of commencing works within the Large Infrastructure Project LIP885
The issue addressed by the RUOK project is the problem of ongoing demographic changes in Siedlce Region and Minsk Oblast.
The project “Development of partnership cooperation for improvement of road infrastructure located in the borderland of the Podlaskie Voivodship and the Grodno District” (acronym DOPC) is implemented within the Thematic Objective ACCESSIBILITY.
The project “Roads connecting the Polish and Ukrainian borders” (acronym FasterSafer) is implemented within the Thematic Objective ACCESSIBILITY.
There is always a story behind each PBU project. Sometimes these are the stories of people whose lives had been strongly influenced by the projects.
The project “Improving cross-border environmental protection system in Księżpol Commune in Poland and in the city of Chervonograd in Ukraine - through the development of sewerage infrastructure” (acronym KSICHER) is implemented within the Thematic Objective HERITAGE.
On the 3rd of August 2019 in Drohiczyn representatives of the Joint Technical Secretariat participated in the kayaking on the river Bug organized by the project "Bug unites us - creation of two cross-border touristic kayak trails" (acronym BugUnitesUs) chosen within the first Call for Proposals.
The project “New life of the old city: revitalization of monuments of the historical and cultural heritage of Lutsk and Lublin” (acronym TwoTowers) is implemented within the Thematic Objective HERITAGE.
The project “Improvement of road infrastructure in Poviat Sejny and Grodno District” (acronym CrossGovernance) is implemented within the Thematic Objective ACCESSIBILITY.
The project "Strengthening the Volunteer Fire Brigades' potential in saving victims of accidents on the roads of the Lublin Province and the Volyn Oblast" acronym PUFL is implemented within the Thematic Objective SECURITY.
Distrustful glare. Black, sad eyes looking from behind bars...
The project “Improvement of border region road infrastructure in the following districts: Zamosc (Poland) and Sokal (Ukraine), combined with promotion of pro-ecology solutions” (acronym ECOROADS) is implemented within the Thematic Objective ACCESSIBILITY.
The project “Improvement of epidemiological safety at the Polish-Belarusian border area” (acronym EPIDSAFE) is implemented within the Thematic Objective SECURITY. The Lead Beneficiary of the project is the Regional Specialist Hospital in Biała Podlaska (PL), and the project partner is Brest Regional Hospital (BY).
The project “Operation visual monitoring of Border Crossing Points” (acronym BCPmonitoring) is implemented within Thematic Objective: BORDERS and engages in cooperation Polish and Ukrainian Border Protection Units (please find the list of beneficiaries in the project card attached). The Administration of the state Border Guard Service of Ukraine acts as a Lead Beneficiary.
”The world of Carpathian Rosettes - activities for preserving the cultural uniqueness of the Carpathians” is a HERITAGRE initiative which involve in cross-border cooperation, as many as 11 beneficiaries.
The project "Remodelling of passport and customs control pavilions in the road border crossing point in Kuźnica Białostocka" (acronym PAVILIONS) is implented within the Thematic Objective BORDERS.
„Extension of the voivodeship road No. 812 on the section Korolówka - Włodawa”, acronym RDW812, is a Large Infrastructure Project implemented under the Thematic Objective Accessibility. The lead beneficiary is Lubelskie Voivodeship (PL, represented in the project by the Regional Road Administration in Lublin), and the project partner is Volyn Regional State Administration (UA).