Almost hundred participants, among whom were experts, stakeholders and project partners in e-mobility, sustainable mobility and public transport attended the EMOB event in Sibiu. At the beginning they were greeted by Simion Creţu, General Director Regional Development Agency Centru (RO), Astrid Fodor, Mayor of Sibiu Municipality (RO), Adrian Cosmin Bibu – public administrator of Sibiu County Council (RO) and Sorin Radu, Rector of Lucian Blaga University from Sibiu (RO). Rob Wessel, our Project Manager from Aufbauwerk Region Leipzig GmbH (D) highlighted E-MOB Project Achievements and Results and Camille Milloir, from Joint Secretary of the Interreg Europe Programme, emphasized Interreg Europe's Role in Advancing Regional Policy Instruments.

After a short break, the panel discussion „The Role of Regional Policies in promoting E-mobility in Europe“ begun. Virág Mészáros, Green Mobility Director (HU), Dimitrios Tsiamitros, Associate Professor at University of Western Macedonia (GRE), Maria Seeman, City Manager from Alba Iulia municipality (RO), Madalina Andrei, Secretary within the National SUMP (MLPDA) (RO), Prof. (FH) Dr.-Ing. Markus Preissinger from Voralberg University (A) and Emanuel Lazăr from Sibiu municipality parricipated in an interesting discussion about plans and possibilities for the development of electromobility. Although he couldn't participate, Daniel Zadra, Ministry of Mobility and Climate Change (A), made an interesting video. The whole discussion lasted even longer than planned, which gives a good opportunity to continue this kind of project.

The evening before, gathered in an informal meeting, the project partners and hosts from the city of Sibiu in a special activity organised with the support of Europe Direct office from RDA Centru, called "Europe on a Plate". This activity highlights the beauty of European diversity through its delicious variety of dishes and traditional cuisine.

All partners sent a recipe containing precise instructions for preparining traditional meal from their country or region, including information regading the ingredients needed. A team of high school students with a gastronomic profile prepared the dishes according to the instructions given. The suggested dishes were: Greece: Shrimps saganaki, Austria: Vorarlberg Riebel, Hungary: Fisherman's soup a la Baja, Spain: tortilla de patatas con cebolla, Croatia: Zagorski štrukli, Germany: Quarkkäulchen, France: Ficelle Picarde. Romania: with 2 recipes: Bird’s Milk and Pasca (without dough)

The winning dishes, with a tie of votes, were the shrimps from Greece and the romanian Pasca and they received a small prize from Europe Direct office as a thank you for their effort.

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