Study case: Brasov County, Romania |
The Long-standing Development Agency of Brasov county (ADDJB) and the County Council, in collaboration with the Romanian County Councils? National Union, organized the conference ?Models of Community Growth in New EU Member States. Study case: Brasov County , Romania ?. The event?s partner was the Regions? Committee of Brussels.
The conference took place on March 15 at Brussels , at the Regions? Committee seat. During the week 12-16 March, it hosted a photographic exhibition dedicated to the old and nowadays Brasov , attended by 120 Romanian and foreign guests who also admired the folkloric show organise by the Centre of Conservation and Promotion of Traditional Culture Brasov.
The event was meant to ensure the promotion of Brasov county at European level and initiate contacts with the potential partners ? euro-regions, investors, financiers, institutions involved in the long-standing development ? interested in the potential and the county?s development opportunities.
Topics of the Regions Committee
The event was attended by the European Commissioner for Multilingualism Leonard Orban, His Excellency Ion Jinga, the Romania ?s Ambassador in the Belgium Kingdom . Dumitru Prunariu, consulting works director of the Regions? Committee, Lucio Gussetti, representative of Holstebro?s administration. The latest emphasized that the event ?covers the most important topics for the Regions? Committee: interculturalism and European citizenship and durable development and tourism?.
Answering the Integration?s Problems
?Synchronizing the Romanian society with the EU?s realities requires to increase our country?s administrative capacity to elaborate answers for the integration?s problems. One of those answers is, for our county, the Long-standing Development Agency, which goal is to eliminate as soon as possible the distance between Romania and the other EU countries and to attract communitarian funds in projects designed to increase the living standards of the county?s inhabitants?, Aristotel Cancescu, president CC Brasov stated.
Partnership ? an open Policy
Mihai Pascu, the president of the Agency, considers that time is impatient in Europe . ?This is why we?ve adopted an open policy within the European space. We plan to start as many partnerships as possible with the European officials for bidirectional transfer of Know-how. We are opened to suggestions and partnership propositions in this so generous long-standing development field?, Pascu stated.