DKMT – The European region
The Danube–Kris–Mures–Tisa Euroregion (DKMT) covers the south-eastern area of the Carpathian Basin found in the centre of Central-East Europe. The area of the regional cooperation integrating the Hungarian Bács-Kiskun and Csongrád counties, the Romanian Arad, Caras-Severin and Timis counties and the Serbian Voivodina Autonomous Province exceeds 60 thousand km2s, its population is about 4,5 million. Thanks to its agriculture, logistic and touristic facilities, potentials in higher education and innovation it is one of the determinant areas of Europe on the way of unification. Its strategic role in the stability process on the Balkan makes its significance even greater.
The objective of the DKMT Euroregion founded on 21 November 2004 is to support and encourage the cooperation between self-governments, local accosiations, participants in economy and citizens in various fields which can contribute to the democratization, the stabilization, the integration to Europe, the social and economic development of the area. The institutions of the DKMT (General Assembly, Secretariat, Development Agency, Working groups) mainly play a role of coordination, participate in elaborating and implementing Euroregional development projects and through their political and professional connections they strengthen the way of thinking on Euroregional level both inside and outside.
The centre of the Secretariat and the Development Agency can be found in Szeged. The employees of the office provide information on questions about the cooperation near Hungarian, Romanian and Serbian borders, relevant to the fields of actions of the DKMT. The office is available at: 6722 Szeged, Tábor u. 7/B., Tel.: + 36 62 543-165, Fax: + 36 62 543-166, e-mail: email@example.com
The official homepage of the DKMT Euroregion can be read at www.dkmt.net
As the four rivers flow into each other absorbing the rays of the sun and the gifts dissolved from the mountains and the plains, the wishes of the Hungarian, Romanian and Serbian people living in the area embraced by these rivers become unanimous as well so that they form a future here, on the edge of the Carpathians and the Great Plain, in the eastern gate of Europe by cooperating after so many years of conflicts and sufferings.
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