National project (HR) The main objective of the project is the integration and modernization of the waterway infrastructure of the Sava within the Trans-European Transport Network. As an international waterway, the Sava river does not meet the navigability criteria for the European inland waterways as provided in the AGN Agreement, since it should enable safe navigation for vessels of class IV for 300 days per year. The project is conducted in the section between Jaruge and Novi Grad.
national project (HU) The objective of the project was to enhance the Hungarian River Information Services (RIS) system in order to support efficient and safe inland navigation on the Danube. The project consisted of works to enhance traffic management services, modernise on-shore RIS services and improve the quality of fairway information services data.
The 24th International Danube & Tourism Conference was held on 02. – 04. December 2019 in Bratislava / Samorin (SK).
During the 8th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region, Priority Area 1a on Inland Waterways was represented in a dedicated thematic session on “Promoting connectivity for improving European regional
Implementation of harmonised control procedures in navigation: PA1a and PA11 joint conference in Ukraine
On June 19th the Ukrainian Institute for International Politics in partnership with the Ministry of Interior of Ukraine and the coordinators of PA1a and PA11 of the EUSDR, with the
VESSEL BAPTISM IN GIURGIU | 26TH MARCH 2019 The Romanian multifunctional marking vessel “Concordia EU 2019”, procured in the framework of the CEF-funded FAIRway Danube project, was festively baptised on 26th March
On 18th December 2018, headed by the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine, the Ministry for Regional Development of Ukraine and the Ukrainian Institute for International Politics, a round table discussion
Upon invitation of EU Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc and based on the preparatory work of PA1a, the Transport Ministers of the Danube riparian states reconfirmed their commitment to implement the Fairway
Project idea for a transnational project (DE, RS, RO) The initiative intended to remove the shipwrecks from the riverbed of the Danube that might hinder navigation or pose an environmental risk.
The 7th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region took place on 18-19 October 2018 in Sofia. This year’s Annual Forum specifically focussed on topics related to the preservation of