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The Green Line of Reconnection project, co-financed by the European Union, has been approved as a small collaborative partnership project under the ERASMUS + Sport 2019 Call.

The aim of the project is to improve the cooperation of mountain clubs in the Balkans through improved mobility, communication and exchange of good practices among volunteers, mountain guides and sports professionals. The project relies heavily on the idea of ​​the Via Dinarica project, part of which relates to the collaboration of people and organizations that are naturally connected to the Dinaric Arc.

The developer of the project is Mountaineering Club “Tara”, and partners are Mountaineering Association “Željezničar” from Gospić (Croatia) and Cycling and Hiking Society “Hey, let’s go forward” from Maribor (Slovenia).

You can find out more about the project activities and project results on the official project page soon.

  Project name: GREEN LINE OF RECONNECTION

Implementation period: 01/01/2020. – 30.06.2021.

Maximum amount of EU funds: EUR 57,160.00

Project Coordinator: Nenad Lecic

Project team: Ivan Markovic, Mladenko Maric, Igor Opresnik, Mile Milkovic

 

 

 

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The Green Line of Reconnection project, co-financed by the European Union, has been approved as a small collaborative partnership project under the ERASMUS + Sport 2019 Call.

The aim of the project is to improve the cooperation of mountain clubs in the Balkans through improved mobility, communication and exchange of good practices among volunteers, mountain guides and sports professionals. The project relies heavily on the idea of ​​the Via Dinarica project, part of which relates to the collaboration of people and organizations that are naturally connected to the Dinaric Arc.

The developer of the project is Mountaineering Club “Tara”, and partners are Mountaineering Association “Željezničar” from Gospić (Croatia) and Cycling and Hiking Society “Hey, let’s go forward” from Maribor (Slovenia).

You can find out more about the project activities and project results on the official project page soon.

  Project name: GREEN LINE OF RECONNECTION

Implementation period: 01/01/2020. – 30.06.2021.

Maximum amount of EU funds: EUR 57,160.00

Project Coordinator: Nenad Lecic

Project team: Ivan Markovic, Mladenko Maric, Igor Opresnik, Mile Milkovic

 

 

 

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