The issue provides information about the MOST Project that allows Belarusian specialists undergo on-the-job training in the EU countries in order to gain advanced experience in various spheres.
The editorial material provides general information about the project, its goals and objectives.
The Head of the EU Delegation to Belarus Ms. Andrea Victorin and the Head of the European Cooperation Department of the MFA of Belarus Mr. Andrey Bushilo shared their opinions, why they consider the MOST Project important for the EU and Belarus.
The Project experts explained, which applications have the highest chances of success. The Project Team Leader, Mr. Claus Bayer, gave an account of how the MOST operates and what criteria underlie decision-making on applications for participation.
The MOST Project participants shared their impressions and outcomes of on-the-job training and study visits to the EU countries. Thus, the CEO of the Minsk Region MAP ZAO business incubator Mr. Sergey Naydovich dwelled on the plans for developing business incubators in universities, of which he learned during his study trip to Poland.
The issue is concluded with a news block and the results of a journalist contest held in January-March of this year, which was dedicated to the launch of the Euprojects.by thematic website presenting more than 40 projects that are implemented in Belarus with the EU financial support.