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SIPPAP consortium partners discuss final outcomes of the project

The fourth and last SIPPAP Project Coordination Meeting (PCM) took place in Warsaw on the 30th of June 2015. Representatives from the consortium partners gathered at the headquarters of the Polish Border Guard to discuss the results of the project. Particular attention was paid to the latest activity to be implemented, namely the IBM Programme, but other topics were also covered, including lessons that had been learnt during the implementation period. Opportunities for follow-up activities and future cooperation between partners and beneficiaries after the end of the EaP-SIPPAP project were also included in the discussion.
During the presentations, the leading partner made clear the appreciation in regard to the smooth implementation of the project, as well as the effective cooperation witnessed between the participating partners. The ICMPD team gave particular thanks to all the EU experts who took part in the project for their support and contribution, which both played an important part in the achievement of the expected results. Positive remarks were also given to the methodology used in the framework of the EaP-SIPPAP project which linked operational and educational modules, and it was agreed that it should be used in future initiatives. Project partners also highlighted that synergies with Frontex needed to be ensured, since the agency is largely responsible when it comes to capacity building activities in the EaP region.
All participants praised the successful cooperation among consortium members, the accomplishment of the project’s objectives, and showed commitment as to the implementation of a possible future project. The event was closed by the hand-over of certificates of appreciation by the leading partner to all partners and beneficiaries and the handing of hardcopies of the educational tools developed and produced in the framework of the project.

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