Rába-Danube-Váh EGTC

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The Rába-Duna-Vág European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation with Limited Liability was founded by the Hungarian Győr-Sopron-Moson and Komárom-Esztergom counties and the Slovakian Trnavský kraj. The Hungarian authority registered the EGTC on 10.12.2011. Later, Pest, Bratislava and Nitra counties also joined the Association, thus the 6-membered EGTC covers the entire Hungarian-Slovak Danube section with a total surface of 25,407 km2. The total population of the Grouping is 3 382 715 people and it is based in Tatabánya, Hungary.

The general objective of the EGTC is to promote cross-border cooperation between its members in order to strengthen economic, social and territorial cohesion.

The specific aim of the Grouping is to implement cross-border cooperation in the following development areas: infrastructure, energy, information technology, automotive industry, tourism, education, health, culture and church, sports and youth, programme management for joint projects, development of the Danube and its tributaries, logistics, SME support, environment protection and agriculture.