Office of the South Moravian Region for Interregional Cooperation

About us

Our allowance organization was founded in 2003. It is the most convenient form for representing the South Moravian Region abroad and coordinating its activities with other foreign regions. For this purpose there is an office in Brno and other offices located abroad.

The Office of the South Moravian Region for interregional cooperation has currently two offices based abroad. The Information office of the South Moravian Region in Kragujevac, Serbia was created in 2003. Subsequently, on 1 September 2007 the Representation of the South Moravian Region to the European Union was founded in Brussels. In 2011 we started to closely cooperate also with Zadarská župa in Croatia.

The office in Brno stands as an administrative and economic centre of the organization. Our educational and cultural projects are coordinated and organized from the Brno office. These projects are promotiong Czech-Serbia cooperation, providing Czech language lessons and supporting Ukraine.

We also closely cooperate with Elementary school Sloup, Integrated upper secondary school Sokolnice, Children leisure centre in Kyjov and Environmental education centre Lipka in implementing the projects.

Latest news

  • Monitoring EU 4.-8.12.

    Added - 8. 12. 2017

    The main news from Brussels this week: Science café and representatives of the Mendel University in Brussels, the screening off Czech short films iShorts, the amendment of the Common Agricultural Policy. Do not hesitate and read on!

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  • Mendel University has spread its reputation this time beyond the borders of the Czech Republic, namely in Brussels. This was done by scientists from the Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology and representatives of the Faculty of Regional Development and International Studies.

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  • St. Nicholas visited on 5th of December 2017 together with a devil and an angel the University of Zadar. The trio presented to Croatian students the South Moravian Region and the activities of the Office of the South Moravian Region for Interregional Cooperation.

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