Press Releases

Here you find all press releases published by the ICPDR. For further information please contact cerff@vpcqe.betgro.rdpci@sserp .

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  • News & Media 15 February 2010

    Press release: Ministers Agree on Detailed Actions for Environmental Protection (87.5 KB)

  • News & Media

    Ministerial Meeting 2010: Shared waters - joint responsibilities

    Vienna, 16 February 2010. Ministers and high-level representatives responsible for water management from the Danube River Basin countries Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Montenegro, the Republic of Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine and the European Commission endorsed the ‘Danube Declaration’ at a ministerial meeting hosted by the ICPDR.

  • News & Media 27 January 2009

    Press Release 2009-01-27 (slovak) (126.46 KB)

    Slovensko preberá predsedníctvo v Medzinárodnej komisii pre ochranu Dunaja (ICPDR)
  • News & Media 27 January 2009

    Press Release 2009-01-27 (english) (103.78 KB)

    Slovakia Takes over Presidency of International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR)
  • News & Media 11 September 2008

    JDS2 Final Results available (130.92 KB)

  • News & Media

    New Early Flood Warning System Launched

    Vienna, 10 March 2008 - The first international system for forecasting Danube floods and providing an early flood warning was launched today by the ICPDR and the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission.
    The new system will provide the national authorities of countries in the Danube River Basin with up to 10 days to prepare for large floods.

  • News & Media

    Danube Day 2007

    Danube Basin, 29 June 2007. The rich and varied history and traditions of the countries sharing the Danube River Basin will be at the heart of festivities marking the fourth annual International Danube Day (June 29).

    Under the theme, ‘Celebrating Danube Cultures’, a large number of educational, entertainment and recreational activities will be held this week to commemorate the anniversary of the Danube River Protection Convention.