Michel Abaticio tomorrow at the conference on cohesion and innovation in Florence: A window always opens on the EU funding for urban transformation – Chronicle – Bitonto

Michel Abaticio tomorrow at the conference on cohesion and innovation in Florence: A window always opens on the EU funding for urban transformation - Chronicle - Bitonto

The Metropolitan City of Bari participated in the political debate on “Reconciliation and Innovation: EU Funding for Urban Transformation” promoted by EuroCities in Florence, along with the Deputy Mayor, Michele Abbaticio, as well as the Managing Director of Strategic Planning.

Intervention of the Deputy Mayor in the context of the Round Table on the topic “Reconciliation Funds Guide Urban Transformation” which will also include the Mayor of Florence and the President of Eurocities, Mara Carfagna, Southern Italy and the Minister of Reconciliation Regional. , Elisa Ferreira, European Commissioner for Reconciliation Fund and Reform, Vasco Alves Cordeiro, First Vice President of the Committee of the Regions, Enzo Bianco, Vice President of the Association of Italian Municipalities and the CIVEX Commission (COR), Rafa? Trzaskowski, Mayor of Warsaw, Ricardo Rio, Mayor of Braga, Lia Bonet, Deputy Mayor of Barcelona, ​​Sylvia Scosze, Deputy Mayor of Rome and Laura Lito, Deputy Mayor of Naples.

The purpose of the meeting was to share experiences and opinions on the urban dimension of the cohesion policy and the strategic intervention priorities of the next European programming. Attention focused on concrete examples of investments made in municipalities and metropolitan cities, but also provided an overview of the current status of the PON Metro – the national operating program for metropolitan cities – including key results, implementation status and the new EU Huh. Initiatives focused on urban innovation.

The Metropolitan City takes as an example the under-construction super-municipal projects financed with PON Metro such as: Metropolitan Digital Agenda, Urban Planning for Sustainable Mobility of the Metropolitan City of Bari (PUMS), Agency of the House and Porta Metropolitan Future and Finally, the redevelopment of the historical centers.

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