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The Region of Murcia Brussels Office was set up in 1989 by Instituto de Fomento de la Región de Murcia (INFO) and it has been part of Autonomous Community’s organisational structure since 1996. The office is currently managed by Instituto de Fomento de la Región de Murcia and the Directorate General for the European Union and International Action and Cooperation.

  • What is it?

    • For providing information on European programmes and initiatives; facilitating contacts in institutions, organisms and European networks; fulfilling an accompaniment or representation role in events; resolving doubts about European regulations; and providing support for event organisation.
    • Our office is available for holding European project meetings or for temporary stays.
    • For monitoring the decision-making process and obtaining and disseminating information on European Union legislative initiatives, actions and programmes that affect regional competences or interests.
    • For providing information and guidance on European Union funding programmes.
    • For facilitating contact and meetings between social and economic agents and autonomous community authorities with representatives of EU institutions and other European organisms.
    • For facilitating contact with other European regions in order to favour interregional cooperation.
  • What is its role?

    • Support for institutional representation of the Region of Murcia.
    • Tracking, analysing and disseminating EU programmes, initiatives and regulations that are of interest to the Region of Murcia.
    • Identifying European programme funding and guidance opportunities throughout the life cycle of European projects.
    • Support for Region of Murcia participation in EU decision-making processes through the established channels.
    • Resolving consultations on European policies and programmes that stem from the regional government and other public and private entities in the region, as well as from individuals.
    • Coordinating and arranging interviews and events between politicians and economic and social agents from the Region with European institutions and organisms, European networks and other entities located in the capital city of Belgium.
    • The branch’s offices are used as a workspace for events further to requests made by entities from Murcia.
    • Contribution towards an improved understanding of the Region of Murcia in Europe.
  • Who can use it?

    Any individual, business, organism or institution from the Region of Murcia.

  • How does it work?

    The services that are provided are done so on a made-to-measure basis depending on individual needs and requirements. Therefore, it is important to get directly in touch with the office in order to develop a specific work plan.

  • How can I get in touch?

    Avenue des Arts, 3-4-5, 5ª
    B-1210 Bruselas (Bélgica)
    T. +00 32 222 333 48
    Twitter @RegMurciaBrux
    Skype regionmurciabruselas

  • Further information
    900 700 706