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  1. Berovo Republic of Macedonia 22.06.2013 MUNICIPALITY OF BEROVO

  2. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 • Bounty of nature will force you to experience heaven on Earth, to find yourself, to touch to your depth-because here are just you, the land where you stand and the primordial beauty around you. • Research of the natural beauties, the fusion of nature and tradition are chalenges that a few can resist. • Walking • Mountaineering • Cycling • Municipality of Berovo is a place created from nature, tradition and culture • A place to relax in the rich variety of nature in this region • Where will taste fine food with local unique products • You will satisfy your thirst with traditional drinks • Place where you will charge the batteries of the body and spirit in the beautiful mountain scenery and you will simply relax.

  3. Candidate Countries Croatia Republic of Macedonia Turkey Potential Candidate Countries Albania Bosnia & Herzegovina Montenegro Serbia including Kosovo under UN Security Council Resolution 1244

  4. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 МЕСТОПОЛОЖБА

  5. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 • Berovo is located in the Eastern part of Republic of Macedonia • Equal distance from the airports in Skopje, Sofia and Thessaloniki (170 km)

  6. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013

  7. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 Profile of the Municipality Location and landscape population • Berovo valley includes the easternmost part of the Republic of Macedonia. Municipality Berovo south is bordered by municipalities of Novo Selo and BosilovoVasilevo, west with the municipalities and RadovishVinica the north with Delčevo and Pehcevoin the east of the border with Bulgaria. • The total area of the municipality is 595 km2, and is located at 800 m above sea level. • The relief is mostly mountainous and flat areas only along the river bed of the river Bregalnica. • According to the population census in 2002, Berovo has 13.941 inhabitants. • The structure of the population by sex for Berovo is 50.4% men and 49.6% women. • Berovo municipality has 4,706 households with an average of 3.1 members per household. • According to national belonging, Macedonians are dominant, with 96%, 3% Roma and 1% other.

  8. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 Општина Берово

  9. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 History of the region • Males region was inhabited since prehistoric times, which is witnessed by the remains of settlements and burial mounds. The large number of registered archaeological sites almost are not explored thus can not reliably be said from which time are. The field Researches findings are summarized, which provide an opportunity for the chronology of development. According to popular tradition Maleshevo name is of Illyrian origin and comes from the words mal - Mountain and malesi - mountain locality. Some scientists believe toponyms Males, Maleshevo, t. 's. Malesevo comes from Old Slavic words - a small forest, which means a small forest, a small mountain.

  10. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 History of the region • In the 4th century Maleshevo is within the state of Philip and Alexander the Great. After the disintegration of their empire, Macedonia and Maleshevo a member of the Roman province of Macedonia. In the 6th and 7th century, on the territory of of Maleshevo settled Slavs. On the territory of Maleshevo Filosov Constantine compiled the Cyrillic alphabet. With the dissolution of the Macedonian kingdom Samuel Maleshevo falls under Byzantine rule. Name Maleshevo for the first time in written sources mentioned in gramotata the Byzantine emperor Basil II in 20. 05. 920 d. which talks about the number and composition of the dioceses of the Ohrid Archbishopric. One hundred years later Maleshevo mentioned by the Arabic traveler Idrisi. Some scientists, like GaeCer consider that in the 9th century bishopric from Morozvizd (Morodvis) Maleshevo was taken to a city that is located in the upper flow of the river. Bregalnica in the arms of the ageless oak and pine forests, in whose composition according gramotata of Basil II are Maleshevo and Pijanec.

  11. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 • Maleshevo from 1334 is a member of the medieval Serbian state, then is part of feodot Constantine and Dejan assumed that in 1394 the city was devastated from Males Turks • After the Balkan Wars and the First World War Maleshevo became a member of the Kingdom of SCS. Today Maleshevo as geographical term covers an area of about 80 560 m ² and includes two municipalities - Berovo (Berovo and villages Rusinovo, VladimirovoRatevo, yards, Smojmirovo, tortured, and BudinarciMitrashinci) and Municipality of Pehcevo.

  12. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 Tastes of tradition What Berovo offers you simply need to see, to experience, to feel Real vacation, far away from the city traffic jam, among the beautiful nature, clean air and many other rich content that can offer you our city The comfort can be also found in the tourist settlement Ablanica and SuviLaki, along Berovo Lake and also in many private villas with beautiful scenery for walking, sport and recreation Tradition Health Freshness This region is rich with traditional values in the kitchen, upgraded with centuries-food and potions prepared with great mastery and with much love, in which flavor is incorporated the nectar of nature, and provides a unique experience of unique beauty and taste

  13. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 • Pure nature-products with high quality Agriculture in Berovo is a traditional economic branch for which there are excellent natural and agro-technical conditions Production of ecologically clean products in mountain areas with an elevation of over 1000 meters Tradition in stock farming and recognition of the products widely Conditions for the construction of processing capacities Cheese and milk products Honey Potatoes Plum Raspberry, strawberry and blackberry Hazelnuts

  14. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE TOURISM • Resources: • Opportunity to purchase construction land on concerned attractive locations Release from fees for arrangement of the building land for catering and tourist complexes, hotels and resorts, motels, mountain lodges and hunting homes Cultural and historical tourism (monasteries and religious buildings, archeological excavation, folklore, national costumes and traditional old crafts) Rural tourism (ecological component of the region’s villages in ambient conditions)

  15. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 FASTEST DEVELOPED SPA DESTINATION ON THE BALKAN FOR 2012-AURORA RESORT AND SPA From total 68 candidates, only 35 participants were nominated and were classified into 5 categories. Hotel Aurora Berovo won first prize for The best spa hotel in the field of mountain tourism

  16. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE ECONOMY • RESOURCES: Wood industry Quickly providing high quality wood raw material from Maleshevian Mountains Textile industry Food industry

  17. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 BEROVO TODAY • CULTURE • OBJECTS

  18. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013 BEROVO TODAY Rapid development through the use of international and domestic funds

  19. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013

  20. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013

  21. Project meeting “Building Solidarity in Communities” in Berovo21th June – 25th June 2013

  22. Chronology of the relations with EU

  23. Chronology of the relations with EU More important events in the relations development between the Republic of Macedonia and the European Union: October 1992, the Republic of Macedonia appointed its representative in Brussels; December 22nd, 1995, the Republic of Macedonia and EU established diplomatic relations when EU opened negotiations with Republic of Macedonia aiming at signing the Agreement of wide ranging cooperation in the fields of the trade, financial operations and transport; March 10th, 1996, the Republic of Macedonia became a full partner in the PHARE Programme; June 20th, 1996, in Brussels, the Cooperation Agreement between the Republic of Macedonia and the European Communities and the Transport Agreement were concluded; March 21st and 22nd, 1998, in Skopje, the first meeting of the Common Cooperation Council was held. The Council was established for the purpose of monitoring realisation of the Cooperation Agreement, achievements and development of the structural reforms as well as providing suggestions and instructions relating to certain specific issues;

  24. Chronology of the relations with EU January 24th, 2000, the European Commission Directives proposed to the EU Council were adopted, concerning the elevation of the cooperation level between the Republic of Macedonia and EU as well as commencing the official negotiations for prospective EU membership; April 5th, 2000, pursuant to the Lisbon Decision of the European Commission, the first round of negotiations between Republic of Macedonia and EU officially commenced relating to the SAА. Negotiations on the SAА were realised in significantly short period (April – November 2000) through 3 rounds of main negotiations and 5 meetings on expert level, i.e. technical negotiations; November 24th, 2000, on the margins of the Zagreb Summit the SAА was initialled; on 16 February 2001 Interim Agreement on Regulating SAA Trade Provisions was initialled; April 9th, 2001, in Luxemburg, the SAА was signed. At the same time Interim Agreement on Trade and Trade-related Matters between the European Communities of the one part, and the Republic of Macedonia, of the other part was signed, entering into force on 1 June 2001;

  25. Chronology of the relations with EU June 20th, 2003, the Member States leaders adopted ‘Thessaloniki Agenda for Western Balkans’, thus verifying the European perspective of the countries from the region. This document has defined the accession instruments in the stabilisation and association process; April 1st, 2004, following the ratification by all EU Member States, the Stabilisation and Association Agreement entered into force; March 22nd, 2004 on formal ceremony in Dublin, Republic of Ireland, the Government of the Republic of Macedonia submitted the application for EU membership; September 6th, 2004, the Government of the Republic of Macedonia adopted the National Strategy for European Integration; October 1st, 2004, the European Commission President, Romano Prodi submitted the Questionnaire to the Government of the Republic of Macedonia;

  26. Chronology of the relations with EU February 14th, 2005 in Brussels, delegation of the Republic of Macedonia submitted to the European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, the Answers to the European Commission Questionnaire; November 9th, 2005, the European Commission published the opinion on the candidacy of the Republic of Macedonia for European Union membership. The opinion recommends granting candidate status for EU membership; December 17th, 2005, the Presidency of the European Council in Brussels granted candidate status to Macedonia for European Union membership; October 30th, 2007, Financial Agreement for 2007 National Programme within the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA) and the Framework Agreement were signed between the Republic of Macedonia and the Commission of the European Communities on cooperation for financial assistance. The Republic of Macedonia was the first country in the region whose projects were approved by the EC and the first country in the region to sign the Financial Agreement thus enabling use of IPA funds;

  27. Chronology of the relations with EU February, 2008, the Council adopted the Accession Partnership for Republic of Macedonia, identifying key priorities for progress and areas where efforts are required in the accession process; October, 2009 - Following the progress made in achieving full compliance with the Stabilisation and Association Agreement, the progress in fulfilling the political criteria, the progress in the implementation of the acquis, as well as the progress made regarding all areas covered by the visa liberalization dialogue, the European Commission has recommended start of the accession negotiations for full-fledged membership of the Republic of Macedonia; October, 2009- the Commission made a proposal on the transition to the second stage of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement; December, 2009 - In the framework of the visa liberalisation dialogue process, following the significant progress made in the areas of justice, freedom and security and the fulfilled roadmap benchmarks, the visa obligation for citizens of the Republic of Macedonia was lifted on 19 December 2009;

  28. Chronology of the relations with EU July 2010 - the regular political and economic dialogue between the European Union and the Republic of Macedonia has continued through the Stabilisation and Association structures. The Seventh Meeting of the Stabilisation and Association Council held in July in Brussels noted high level of compliance under the Stabilisation and Association Agreement, as well as the progress in meeting the Accession Partnership priorities; December 2010, the Council conclusion states that the The Council broadly shares the Commission's assessment of the country's sufficient fulfilment of the political criteria and notes that the Commission has reiterated its recommendation that accession negotiations should be opened with the Republic of Macedonia;

  29. THE EUROPEAN UNION Peace, Prosperity and Partnership