Stakeholders meeting on Project PGI06218, RAMSAT
On December 1st, 2021, a meeting of the group of local stakeholders was held in the city of Pleven within the implementation of Project PGI06218, RAMSAT, “Revitalization of remote and mountainous areas through sustainable alternative tourism”, funded by Interreg Europe 2014-2020 . The event was related to a thematic seminar “Use of natural heritage in cultural tourism” and was organized by Association Euroregion Pleven-Olt, Pleven.
The aim of the event was to present the development of cultural tourism in the six European partners regions and to share good practices in this field. The meeting was attended by representatives of the Municipality of Pleven, as well as representatives of institutions involved in the field of tourism.
Along with the good practices in cultural tourism, which were presented by the team of Association Euroregion Pleven-Olt at the interregional thematic seminar, representatives of Association NCISPleven shared information about the project Cross Border virtual incubator for promoting employment in bio agriculture, bio products processing and connected services, BIOVORTINC ROBG-141, cofinanced by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg VA Romania – Bulgaria Programme and implemented by Romanian Movement for Quality and National Center for Information Services. The project was presented in terms of partnership, project activities and results achieved. Promotional materials developed within the project were distributed.
The RAMSAT project focuses on 4 forms of sustainable alternative tourism: ecotourism, adventure, cultural and rural tourism. Its main goal could be summarized in increasing the number of visits to cultural and natural heritage and attractions, and increasing the amount of investment to promote, preserve and improve the natural and cultural heritage. RAMSAT Project partners are:
1. Lead partner – Alto Alentejo Intermunicipal Community- Portugal;
2. Association “Euroregion Pleven-Olt” – Bulgaria;
3. Zasavje Regional Development Agency – Slovenia;
4. Provincial Government of Teruel – Spain;
5. Rural Area Partnership in Derry Ltd (RAPID) – Ireland;
6. Rasinari Municipality – Romania;
7. Regional Development Agency Centre – Romania.