The implementation of CD-ETA project additional activities, approved within the 5th restricted call for project proposals of Interreg Europe 2014-2020, was officially relaunched with an online Interregional event held on November 9th, 2021.

The event was the occasion all project partners to present the state of their regions after the clash with COVID-19 – overall state of the problem and desired solutions related to the topic addressed by the project.

The exchange of experience process will consist of two online thematic seminars (including 2 virtual study visits) and 16 meetings of the group of local stakeholders (2 meetings per partner).

With the additional exchange of experience activities and by discovering new good practices from partners' regions on how to deal with digitization of natural and cultural heritage policies in the context of COVID-19, CD-ETA partners will try to further improve the new policy instruments addressed.

At the event took part all partners’ teams and stakeholders’ representatives from partners’ countries.

On November 10th was held the first meeting of the steering committee of the project. At the event all project partners discussed the technical and financial implementation of the additional activities.