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The GOSP coordinates work regarding the organisation, functioning and financing of Municipalities with the various Ministries and other bodies. It is responsible for fiscal relations with Sub-National Governments.
Governments and several Ministries.
Joint Slovenian – Austrian Commission for the River Drava since 1955.
Joint Slovenian – Austrian Commission for the River Mura since 1954.
Joint Slovenian – Hungarian Commission for Water Management since 1995.
Joint Slovenian – Croatian Commission for Water Management since 1997.
Joint Slovenian – Italian Commission for Water Management since 1980.
Barcelona Convention / Mediterranean since 1976.
ICPDR since 1998.
International Sava River Commission since 2004.
Joint Slovenian – Croatian – Italian – Montenegrin Commission for the Protection of the Waters of the Adriatic Sea and Coastal Waters against Pollution since 1975.
Adriatic Ionian Initiative since 2000.
Alpine Convention since 1995.
Dinaric Arc since 2008.
- Government Office for Local Self-Government and Regional Policy (GOSP)
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Good Practices in identifying and removing Obstacles
On environmental matters strengthening CBC by adopting sub-regional and ecosystem approach for integrated solutions.
Reasons for Obstacles Persistence
1. Removing identified obstacles usually require a long time and involvement of institutions at different levels (from local and national level to EU).
2. Lack of knowledge and understanding of the differences in languages, culture, working methods, institutional organisation and division of power, national legislations.
3. Lack of sustainable links between the relevant partners on both sides of the border with sufficient administrative capacity.
Obstacles to be removed by coordination between State and Regional Actors
EGTC between the authorities in a border region might lead to increased effectiveness and efficiency of the cross-border activities.
Obstacles to be removed by International Cooperation
1. More moderate EU regulations after 2013 could decrease administrative burden and enable partners to work more on the contents of the projects.
2. CBC matters should be specifically addressed in national and other relevant EU policies, assuring higher flexibility regarding establishment of joint structures and thus respecting the conditions of each border area.
Establishment of a relationship between competent bodies of Slovenia and Croatia
Bilateral Agreement on Social Security (Slovenia – Croatia)
Convention on Social Security that provides the principle of good cooperation between liaison bodies (Slovenia – Croatia)
Development of the International Police Cooperation Division
European Regulation and Bilateral Agreement on Social Security that provides posting of workers (Slovenia – Croatia – Austria – Italy – Hungary)
Measures and Strategies for migrant workers to free access in Labour Market (Slovenia – Croatia)
Meetings between competent high officials (Slovenia – Croatia)
Mutual recognition of the professional qualifications of Health Care Staff (Slovenia – EU Member States)
Reciprocity in the field of free movement of workers (Slovenia – Austria – Italy – Hungary)
Spatial planning in Goriška Region (Slovenia – Italy)
Validation of the curricula and diplomas (Slovenia – EU Member States)
Working Table on Health Care of the Joint Commission for Development Issues (Slovenia – Italy)
Access to schools/institutions on both sides of the neighboring States (Slovenia – EU Member States)
Bilateral Agreements on the Water Management
Bilateral Police Cooperation Agreements (Slovenia – Austria – Croatia – Hungary – Italy)
Calculation of the old-age pensions (Slovenia – Austria – Italy – Hungary)
Commission for the Protection of the Waters of the Adriatic Sea and Coastal Waters against Pollution (Slovenia – Croatia – Italy – Montenegro)
Common Curricula, Financing, Programmes for Reciprocal Minorities (Slovenia – EU Member States)
Coordination of Social Security Systems
Cross-border Cooperation programmes under ETC finance projects (Slovenia – Austria – Croatia – Hungary – Italy)
Development of Bilingual School Model (Slovenia – Italy – Hungary)
Development of ETC Projects (Slovenia – Austria – Croatia – Hungary – Italy)
Development of the Adriatic-Ionian Initiative (Slovenia)
Development of the Health Care Services for the people without insurance
Development of Water Management (Slovenia)
European Union Europol Agency – European Police Office (Slovenia – Austria – Italy – Hungary)
Exchange information on vacancies and job seekers (EURES)
Framework Agreement on the Sava River Basin
International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River
INTERPOL – International Criminal Police Organisation (Slovenia)
Interstate Agreements on Social Security (Slovenia – Bosnia and Herzegovina – Croatia – Macedonia – Serbia)
Joint Statement on Implementation of the Working Programme in the Protected Areas
Learning of the neighboring language in border areas (Slovenia – Italy – Hungary)
Mediterranean Strategy of Sustainable Development
Organisation of the school process
Coordination of the Police Liaison Officers (Slovenia – Austria – Croatia – Italy)
Presidency of the Alpine Convention
Programmes, Agreements and Cooperation on mobility of teachers and pupils
Recognition of Vocational Qualifications
Regulation on the Health Care Services (Slovenia – EU Member States)
SECI Center – The Southeast Europe Cooperative Initiative Regional Center for Combating Trans-border Crime (Slovenia – Croatia – Hungary)
Social Security Coordination on frontier workers (Slovenia – Austria – Italy – Hungary)
“Reservoir of Kebele” and “Dinaris”: projects inside the Community Initiative INTERREG IIIA Neighborhood Programme (Slovenia – Croatia –Hungary)