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On November 2nd , 2021, the FIRE PREP partners meeting was organized in the Google Meeting Platform. Present in the meeting were the following representatives: Ms. Etleva Dhima from the Lead Partner ( Municipality of Berat), Mr. Anastasios Paschalis -Hellenic Fire Corps (PB2) ,  Ms. Floriana Xhaferi -Albanian Ministry of Defense -National Agency for Civil Protection(PB3) , Ms. Valbona Gogu -Ministry of Tourism and Environment(PB4), Ms. Katerina Tsamouri the JTS Representative and Officer in charge for the Project, and Mr. Florian Bilali from CEDIR–external expert

The meeting was held via SKYPE, between partners in the frame of FIREPREP project. It was done in order to strengthen the cooperation between partners and ensure that activities are done in time as forecasted in application form. The main discussions were about the procurement plan in order to deal with it as planned from all partners                                                         

On March 5th was held the webinar – Discussion about the project “Nautical Tourism Development and Promotion of Regional Ports” funded by Interreg IPA CBC, Italy – Albania – Montenegro (Implementation Period 2018-2021). This webinar was focused on nautical tourism and the necessity to develop a common model for the smart and sustainable NT management through an integrated development plan. The online event was organized in collaboration with the lead partner of the project, National Coastline Agency and also Ministry of Tourism and Environment in

ECSYT ECSYT “Enhancing Cooperation and Synergies of Transport in the Southern Adriatic Ports” is a project funded by the Interreg IPA CBC Italy-Albania-Montenegro 2014/2020 Program whose objective is to create a more efficient management of transport connections in order to optimize the actions of economic operators in the transport sector in the Southern Adriatic ports, from a logistical, operational and administrative point of view. Objectives: The ECSYT Project aims to strengthen cooperation and synergies in the transport sector in the Southern Adriatic ports (Italy, Albania and