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The seminar took place on January 20-21 and was open for all relevant stakeholders, namely agencies providing tourism and travel-related services in Vitebsk region, northern Belarus. It was the third seminar of the same topic organized within the framework of the project Bella Dvina 2 that brings together Belarusian, Lithuanian, and Latvian state and non-state organizations aiming to foster cross-border tourism between the neighboring countries. The project is funded by the European Union, and Interakcia is coordinating its implementation in Belarus.
On January 16, 2014, in Lepel, a town in the northern Belarusian region of Vitebsk, more than 20 local culinary businesses that had previously officially joined the European Network of Culinary Heritage had the opportunity to learn more about the concept of culinary heritage, to try new recipes and ceative ways to serve dishes. The seminar was an activity of the project Bella Cuisine being implemented by Interakcia Foundation and a range of Belarusian and Latvian partners thanks to the financial support of the European Union.
On 14-15 January, representatives of ten Belarusian districts where the Local Environmental Action Plans are being developed took part in a workshop organised by the Regional Environmental Centre for the Central and Eastern Europe (REC) in Tivat, Montenegro.