International conference entitled ”Contributions to the elaboration of forestry strategy for the period 2014-2020”

Mr. Jean-Paul Denanot, president of Limousin Regional  Council welcomed the participants of the event held on 26th and 27th of March 2013, which gathered experts, local and regional level elected  representatives  from  the  partner  regions,  beneficiaries  of subprojects, forest-owners and their associations, companies and public authorities. „Harghita County Council assists construction activities through  the  exploitation  of local wood materials and this has a key role in the county development strategy”, affirmed Mr. Csaba Borboly, president of Harghita County Council.   In  the  opening  of the conference   he  related about      the         county  council initiatives,  which  assist  young  people,  for  example  about  the  plan  of building wooden  houses  from  local  raw  materials, by  combining …

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The right of use of the Sekler Product trademark was approved for further 21 local producers

The I. Sekler Product Conference was organized in Miercurea Ciuc At the conference held in the Marble Hall of Harghita County Council on 13th of March, Mr. István Márton, the director of the Public Association of Rural Development of Harghita County Council shared with the audience – more hundred of producers and concerned people – that until now for 424 products of 46 producers were given the legal right of using the trademark that is in the propriety of the county council. Mr. József Nagy, the vice-president of Covasna County Council remarked that it is a great honor for them to be present at the conference expressing with pleasure the fact …

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RECULTIVATUR project news

As an activity of the RECULTIVATUR project, with the aim to promote Regional tourism products at international level, in the period of 30th January – 3rd February 2013, representatives of Harghita County Council participated in the International Tourism Fair FITUR, Madrid, Spain. Together with LANCM, seven project partners attending the event presented their RTPs, within the Recultivatur stand, and distributed promotional material concerning the project in two languages, English and Spanish. In the period of 14th – 17th February 2013,  in Milan, Italy was held the International Tourism Fair BIT, where together with other 4 project partners, representatives from Harghita County Council also presented the Religious touristic products   of   Harghita county, at …

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Seklerland celebrates Mrs. Paraschiva Kovács

Europe awards the work of value-creating Celebrating with the local community, Mrs. Paraschiva Kovács could take up her Grand Prix of the European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage/ Europa Nostra Awards 2012 at her hometown, Satu Mare. The festival of handing over the prize was organized at the culture house of Satu Mare, the room for the ceremony being totally filled with invited and further interested participants. The event was honored by the kind presence of the boardmember of Europa Nostra, Mr. Piet Jaspaert and by members and representatives of the public sphere, Mr. Lajos Dávid, the mayor of Satu Mare, the Mayor’s Office of Satu Mare, Mr. Csaba Borboly, the president …

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CreArt project conference was organized in Miercurea Ciuc

creart 2013

Within the framework of the CreArt international project a conference was organized on 7th of February 2013 with the title Network of Cities for Artistic Creation in the marble hall of Harghita County Council. At the conference, Mr. Juan Gonzalez-Posada Martinez, the project coordinator and representant of the Municipal Foundation for Culture (Valladolid City Council), Mr. László Botár, painter and specialist of the CreArt project in Harghita County, the moderator of the conference and Mr. Csaba Borboly welcomed the participants. Mr. Juan Gonzalez-Posada Martinez expressed his sincere gratitude for Harghita County because it was among the first ones to join the project supporting thus not only the local artists but also the initiative …

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