He explained that in the association there were so far regions in Turkey, Ukraine, Bulgaria, and from Romania, only the county of Constanta.
“We have also introduced Tulcea and Galati, believing it is normal to do so, because the maritime Danube reaches Galati,” Chebac said.
It operates under the European legislation of cross-border cooperation. The Euroregion aims at the improvement of good governance practices, consolidation of democratic stability, environment protection, promotion of investment in renewable energies, development of infrastructure, access to European financing programmes, relations among people and cultural exchanges.
The Lower Danube Euroregion, which will be a legal person, soon, will be based in Galati.