The project will primarily contribute to the improved market integration and expanded market linkages of firms within targeted value chains: inbound tourism and agriculture and ag processing. It will bring stakeholders together to develop joint products/packages that will combine unique ecotourism, rural tourism, adventure tourism with gastronomic experiences. Through the promotional activities the project will provide links to targeted potential international customers.
Kick-off meeting on project “Research, innovation, technology transfer in the agri-food sector in the...
The project is financed by DG AGRI via the Engage programme and implemented by the consortium comprised of the Wageningen (Economic) Research (WEcR) and the Regional Rural Development Standing Working Group in SEE (SWG).
The audience was introduced with the Corona crises control on the Austrian wine market in light of the pandemic as well as to hear more on the methodology and communication strategy with regards to the producer surveys at Geisenheim University. Protection of the Transnational Geographical Indications in the spirit drinks sector with focus on example of Jenever was also purpose of discussion during the videoconference.
The focus of video conference is on the preparations for IPARD III elaborating the Measure Fishes related to Measure 1, Measure 3, Measure 7 and Measure 9, Programming Guidelines Section and addressing some issues with regards to the proposed Forestry Measure.
The objective of the REAWG is to assess the multiple impacts of COVID-19 on agriculture, food and rural areas as well as on respective policies in the Western Balkans, to summarize the respective national actions and measures taken for coping with the crisis and for mitigating their effects, and to propose respective strategic approaches and policies, as well as joint actions for overcoming the consequences, providing stimuli to accelerate the recovery and to build resilience.
SWG in a cooperation with the European Commission (DG AGRI), supported by GIZ is continuing the series of videoconferences/workshops related to IPARD.