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Final Meeting in Bruxelles for M.I.C.R.O. project scheduled on 17/10/2017

Please CLICK HERE to view the leaflet concerning the final meeting scheduled on 17/10/2017.

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Stages in Palermo and Brussels

– BRUSSELS workshop organized by MEDITER CLICK HERE to view the full program of Brussels meeting scheduled for 28/06/2016. CLICK HERE to view all participants, main topics of discussion and duration of sessions. – PALERMO workshop organized by MEDITER CLICK HERE to view the full program of Palermo meeting taking place from June 29th to July 2nd 2016. CLICK HERE to view all participants, main topics of ...

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PALERMO workshop organized by MEDITER on July 1st 2016

  CLICK HERE to view the full program of Palermo meeting taking place from June 29th to July 2nd 2016.   CLICK HERE to view all participants, main topics of discussion and duration of sessions.

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BRUSSELS workshop organized by MEDITER on June 28th 2016

  Please CLICK HERE to view the full program of Brussels meeting scheduled for 28/06/2016.

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Iraqi Authorities from occupied Mosul and Kurdish Representatives from Erbil in visit to Brussels

Next week the official delegation of authorities from Ninive Region and Kurdish authorities from Erbil will take part to the international workshop organised by MEDITER, Euro-Mediterranean Network for Cooperation. Monday 27th June the President of Ninawa Governorate Council and Representatives of the Municipality of Mosul will make their first official visit to Brussels together with Kurdish authorities from Erbil. The ...

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THE TRANS-ADRIATIC PIPELINE (TAP) by “Federica Morelli”

If it weren’t for the country’s vast oil and gas reserves, the last parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan would have gone unnoticed in Italy. This little former Soviet republic described in leaked diplomatic cables as being run as a feudal state in the Middle Ages, has just ‘re-elected’ President Ilham Aliyev with an overwhelming majority. The President’s party took 70 of ...

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