The Romanian Center for European Policies (RCEP) organized, on Tuesday, October 1st, 2013, a debate on “Romania as a donor of development assistance in the regional context . The legislative proposal on changing the institutional system”.
The discussion was focused on the possibilities of developing the administrative capacity with regards to granting development assistance by Romania, based on good practices and lessons learned from the experience of Visegrad. The purpose of the debate was to find solutions for improving the legal and procedural framework in this area and help Romania to become a credible donor for the Black Sea states, namely the Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, and Georgia.
The event was part of the “Strengthening the capacity of the Visegrad states, Romania, and Bulgaria of offering development assistance in the Black Sea region”, funded by the German Marshall Fund, through the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation programme.