Province of Flevoland (The Netherlands)

The cooperation Agreement between Maramures County and Province of Flevoland was signed on 22nd of April 2015, in an original way, within a video-conference using a last-generation equipment, purchased through an INTERREG IVC project, where the Flevoland region was lead partner.
First sea, now land. That is Flevoland. Where once there was only the water of the Zuiderzee, the youngest province in the country can now be found. There is an attractive living, working and recreation area on the former seabed. Flevoland is home to 401,200 inhabitants and 630 windmills on an area of 2,412 km2 of land and water. With a total of 6 municipalities, Flevoland is an open space with a strict layout. This open space is mainly designed for agriculture: 89,000 hectares of large and efficiently designed plots. The business community is also given plenty of room to take initiatives that can make dreams and ambitions come true.
In addition to drying, reclaiming and furnishing the new land in the former Zuiderzee, the polder also had to be managed. On January 1, 1986, the institution of the province of Flevoland is a fact and therefore also a historical event in the administrative history of The Netherlands. Historic, because a new province is not added every day.

Being easily accessible is one of the conditions for a pleasant living and working climate. Flevoland administration considers that it is important to travel easily and without delay through the province: the A6 and A27 form important connections between the north and west. Another important action is to optimally control the flow.

Flevoland as a destination for a day trip or holiday: yes! The province of Flevoland invests in the leisure economy. So that Flevoland can become even more attractive to residents, companies and visitors. The province wants to increase the range of hotels for this and to realize good and safe cycle paths, walking routes and sailing routes. An attractive and safe waterway, attractive beaches and forests and accessible nature reserves are also part of this. An attractive range of culture and sports enhances the experience value of Flevoland for tourists and recreation seekers.

In many areas, there are also other facilities, such as bird-watching huts, a visitor center or a catering facility. Information about the activities and accessibility can be found on the Mooi Flevoland website: http://www.mooiflevoland.nl.

For more info, please visit the Province of Flevoland Website: https://www.flevoland.nl.

COOPERATION BETWEEN MARAMURES COUNTY AND PROVINCE OF FLEVOLAND

Signing of the cooperation and twinning Agreement

The signing of the cooperation and twinning Agreement with Flevoland Province of The Netherlands represents over 10 years’ concretization of international collaboration and projects carried out in partnership and financed through the INTERREG Program of European Union.

The cooperation Agreement between Maramures County and Province of Flevoland was signed on 22nd of April 2015, in an original way, within a video-conference using a last-generation equipment, purchased through an INTERREG IVC project, where the Flevoland region was lead partner.

Common activities within the twinning relation

The Monitoring Board Meeting of "FoodChains 4 Europe" project, which took place in Baia Mare, on November 9th 2018, occasioned the visit in Maramures of Jan Nico Appelman, vice - King's commissioner of the Flevoland Province, this visit being an opportunity to analyse the stage of collaboration and promote future joint activities.
Study visit within Mara Quality project, from 2nd-5th October 2018. This activity aimed at "studying the quality management system in an equivalent institution of other EU member state", the representatives of Maramures County being received at the highest level, by the King's Commissioner in Province of Flevoland, Leen Verbeek, who expressed the appreciation for this project, thus continuing the collaboration started in other projects.
On the 2nd of October 2014, during the Final Conference of R4GG project - Regions for green development, the representative of Flevoland Province, Mr. Jan Nico Appelman, vice - King's commissioner of the province, has thanked Maramures County administration for the good cooperation in project's development and he has appreciated the opportunity to discuss other potential areas of mutual interest for future collaboration.
The cooperation between Maramures County and Province of Flevoland has mainly been materialized by implementing in partnership, 4 projects financed within the INTERREG IV C program: "MORE4NRG", "MiniEurope", and “R4GG - Regions for green development“ and ”Smart Europe”. The cooperation continues through FoodChains 4 Europe project, which is implementing within INTERREG EUROPE Program. All these 5 projects have had the Province of Flevoland as lead partner.
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