The first meeting was held online on March 25, 2021.
In the beginning of the meeting, Mr Zoltán Gyarmati (CSCSMÓ) announced that, from 15th April 2021, he no longer would be employed in Csongràd – Csanàd county. Due to that reason he asked if there was a need for a report in relation to that, and Sanja Čuturilov Veselinović replied that it was necessary to be reported. Mr Zoltán Gyarmati confirmed to his partners that it would be reported, just as announcing that Mr Róbert Miklós would take his place.
After that, Mr Filip Jovanović ( PSC ) from the Provincial Secretariat for Culture, Public information and the Relations with religious communities, said that the public procurement for PRAG expert was finished, and that the other public procurements were in process. He also stated that there was a problem with the programme ( for reporting ) Interreg Plus, and Mrs Sanja Čuturilov Veselinović suggested to them to report that to the technical support in Budapest.
The representative of European Affairs of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina ( FEP ) was Mrs Sanja Čuturilov Veselinović who said that FEP prepared several public procurements, and that they prepared the public procurement tender for computer equipment and workshops.
Mrs Gordana Jakovljević stated that there was a problem in the budget, that is, the lack of financial means for the engagement of the experts, what would be solved by the ’relocation’ of the finances in the budget. Due to that, with the suggestion of Mrs Ágnes Dobrotka ( the programme manager of the whole project ), the workshops were delayed for September. Mrs Gordana Jakovljević also named the second problem in the budget, the transport of the children to workshops. The partners from CSCSMÖ stated that, the above – mentioned problem would be solved by transferring the part of the financial means to the other position. What ocurred as a big problem was the children’s accommodation, while participating in the workshops. In reference to that, Mr Imre Polák ( CSCSMÖ ) said that the above – mentioned topics should be further discussed.