If an international organisation located in Europe is one of the partners and the participants it sends to a MEDA (now ENPI South) country are from different countries – is that a bilateral or a multilateral action?

In youth exchanges (Action 1), this structure is not allowed, since the participants should be from organisation’s respective country. While in Actions 2 and 3, where this structure is allowed, is still defined as bilateral. The definition of projects as bilateral and multilateral is based on the number and identity of the partner organisations, not the individuals taking part in the project. A multilateral action is when two entities (or three) from ENPI South Country/Territory and two entities (or three) from EU Member States are in partnership for the implementation of an action.

 
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