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Uradni list RS, št. 80/2011 z dne 11. 10. 2011
Uradni list

Uradni list RS, št. 80/2011 z dne 11. 10. 2011

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80. Sklep o potrditvi Programa mednarodnega razvojnega sodelovanja med Republiko Slovenijo in Črno goro za leti 2011 in 2012, stran 677.

Na podlagi osmega odstavka 75. člena Zakona o zunanjih zadevah (Uradni list RS, št. 113/03 – uradno prečiščeno besedilo, 20/06 – ZNOMCMO, 76/08, 108/09 in 80/10 – ZUTD) izdaja Vlada Republike Slovenije
S K L E P
O POTRDITVI PROGRAMA MEDNARODNEGA RAZVOJNEGA SODELOVANJA MED REPUBLIKO SLOVENIJO IN ČRNO GORO ZA LETI 2011 IN 2012
1. člen
Potrdi se Program mednarodnega razvojnega sodelovanja med Republiko Slovenijo in Črno goro za leti 2011 in 2012, podpisan v Podgorici 4. avgusta 2011.
2. člen
Program se v izvirniku v angleškem jeziku in prevodu v slovenskem jeziku glasi:
P R O G R A M M E
OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION BETWEEN THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA AND MONTENEGRO FOR 2011 AND 2012
The Republic of Slovenia and Montenegro (hereinafter: the Parties),
on the basis of the Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Slovenia and the Government of Montenegro on Development Cooperation, signed in Ljubljana on 7 February 2008 and
in accordance with the Framework Programme on International Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Assistance of the Republic of Slovenia for 2011 and 2012 adopted by the decision of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia of 17 March 2011,
have agreed on the following programme of bilateral development cooperation for 2011 and 2012:
I JOINT COMMITTEE
Article 1
The Parties appointed new members of the Joint Committee which proposes the priorities, programmes and projects of international development cooperation, and monitors the implementation of international development cooperation.
The Government of the Republic of Slovenia has envisaged separate envelopes within the Framework Programme on International Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Assistance of the Republic of Slovenia for 2011–2012 in support of bilateral development cooperation between the Republic of Slovenia and Montenegro in the amount of EUR 1,185.500 for 2011. The basis for the allocation of funds in 2012 will be the 2011 allocation.
II DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS AIMED AT ENHANCING ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Article 2
Within the Framework Programme on International Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Assistance of the Republic of Slovenia for 2011 and 2012, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia earmarked funds in the amount of EUR 970,500 (nine hundred seventy thousand and five hundred) in support of development projects in Montenegro in 2011. The basis for the allocation of funds in 2012 will be the 2011 allocation.
The beneficiary must ensure their own participation in the projects.
The beneficiary decides at their own discretion on how to close the financial construction of the project. The public entity which is the beneficiary of the donation usually provides their share from the budget (state of municipal) in the form of regular budgetary inflow, loans and donations by other national or international institutions.
Public entities of the beneficiary select the service provider in line with the beneficiary’s national legislation regulating public finances and public procurement. In certain cases, when the Republic of Slovenia provides the major part of co-financing, the Centre for International Cooperation and Development (CMSR), in agreement with the beneficiary, selects a service provider on the basis of a tender published in the Republic of Slovenia in line with the Slovenian legislation governing public finances and public procurement.
Article 3
The Programme of International Development Cooperation between the Republic of Slovenia and Montenegro for 2011 and 2012 upholds the key strategic objective of Montenegro, notably accession to the EU, and comprises development projects aimed at strengthening the economic and social infrastructure of Montenegro, particularly with regards to the economy, environmental protection and social infrastructure.
3.1 Economy and environmental protection
Despite its small size, Montenegro is exceptionally rich in natural resources and natural heritage, both offering considerable potential. Taking into account the small size of its internal market, the future growth and development of the country will depend mostly on the success of an export-oriented economy and tourism, developed in a socially and environmentally responsible manner. In its Spatial Plan for the period until 2010, Montenegro confirmed the need to develop its northern part, including the area of the Durmitor National Park (UNESCO World Heritage List). The development of a high-quality tourist offer and ecotourism, and improvement to the existing tourist offer are its economic policy priorities.
Montenegro’s decision as an independent and internationally recognised country, to pursue and encourage the process of Euro-Atlantic integration requires a responsible, comprehensive and complex approach to development. The energy sector is addressed in the context of all-round, sustainable and long-term development with positive macro-economic effects. Montenegro’s Energy Sector Development Strategy includes its international commitments, EU energy policy guidelines and commitments from the Treaty establishing the Energy Community that sets forth the principles of the reorganisation of the energy sector and the development of the regional energy market.
A more effective approach is applied to environmental protection, traffic regulation in urban areas and modern waste management. Adequate traffic regulation would improve the spatial quality, environmental protection and sustainable mobility. A developed and functioning system of controlled evidencing and classification of waste, the possibility of recycling, and an effective system of wastewater management are essential elements of a comprehensive environmental protection strategy at the levels of local communities and the entire country.
Taking into account the above, the Parties have envisaged the following projects for 2011 and 2012:
1. Stage two of the project “Implementing the Treaty establishing the Energy Community and developing an IT system for energy sector infrastructure”
2. Feasibility study of mechanical, biological and thermal processing of municipal waste in Berane and feasibility study of teleheating in Berane
3. Detailed spatial plans for multi-purpose accumulations on the Morača
4. Construction of a bridge on the Plav bypass
5. Elaboration of a pilot study of basic parameters for projecting small hydroelectric power plants
6. Ecoremediation – a strategy of Montenegro’s development
7. Construction of a “solar path” in the Žabljak Municipality
8. Stage two of the project “Improving the offer of the Gorske Oči Hotel in Žabljak”
9. Installing a system for wastewater treatment in the Žabljak Municipality
10. Study of traffic development in Nikšić
Stage two of the project “Implementing the Treaty establishing the Energy Community and developing an IT system for energy sector infrastructure”
In its planning documents (among other in the Energy Sector Development Strategy by 2025), the Government of Montenegro set the enhancement of energy efficiency as a priority.
The aim of this project is to establish a system supported by information technology in order to introduce energy efficiency measures to various areas of the public sector. The main contribution of the project to the development of Montenegro’s energy sector, which is vital for its further economic development, is the integration of all the necessary activities and systems which will enable a simple, transparent and controlled introduction of energy efficiency to Montenegro’s public sector while enabling the beneficiary’s competent bodies to continuously monitor the results and further improvements. The introduction of the system will conclude with an example of a pilot application – public lighting as a relatively large consumer of energy with much potential savings. This is a simple and efficient way to train local experts for further independent work with future applications.
Improved energy efficiency will contribute to reduced energy consumption, lower costs and lesser burdens on the environment, and also expedite social and economic development.
Feasibility study of mechanical, biological, and thermal processing of municipal waste in Berane and feasibility study of teleheating in Berane
The Berane Municipality is undertaking activities for the construction of a new landfill and a recycling centre for municipal waste processing. In order to ensure integral municipal waste processing in accordance with the European environmental acquis, a feasibility study is required, addressing mechanical, biological and thermal processing of municipal waste.
At the present moment, all buildings in the Berane area use individual furnaces, relying almost exclusively on solid fuels, notably wood and coal. As part of the Berane teleheating feasibility study, technological, economic and environmental possibilities will be examined for the construction of a hot-water teleheating system. By using a single energy source that complies with environmental regulations, the system ensures the necessary heat in the form of hot water for the heating of the entire agglomerated part of the town with minimal pollution.
The two studies will provide a basis for the decision on investments from a technological, economic and environmental perspective.
Detailed spatial plans for multi-purpose accumulations on the Morača
An expanded, detailed spatial plan will be elaborated as part of the project for multipurpose accumulations that encompass the entire river basin of the Morača. The hydropower potential of the Morača and its tributaries will be exploited on the basis of the elaborated plan. The spatial plan will define areas for four large hydro energy locations. This will be the foundation for the exploitation of the Morača midstream potential. The plan will include other locations for the exploitation of the remaining potential by small hydroelectric power plants.
The main aim of elaborating a spatial plan for multi-purpose accumulations on the Morača is to develop a clear vision for the area, which is one of major significance for the construction of infrastructure for the further development of local communities and the entire Montenegro. The project envisages the assessment of environmental impacts, which is of key importance for a country facing a public debate on the construction of facilities that impinge on the environment.
The elaboration of the spatial plan is the precondition for the realisation of investment projects and the construction of facilities at locations that require permanent modifications of the environment.
Construction of a bridge on the Plav bypass
Plav is one of the poorest municipalities in Montenegro, but offers potential for the development of tourism. The construction of infrastructure facilities such as bypasses and bridges contributes to the connection of the most prominent tourist sites and, as a result, invigorates tourism. The donation of the Republic of Slovenia will be used for the construction of a bridge on the bypass.
Elaboration of a pilot study of basic parameters for projecting small hydroelectric power plants
Montenegro has exceptional terrain and hydrological natural predispositions for the construction of small hydroelectric power plants; however, defining the necessary parameters for the optimal use of hydropower potential of small watercourses has proved somewhat difficult. It is not easy to provide the indispensable and adequate expert, geological, geo-mechanical, geomorphologic, land surveying, hydro-geological, hydrological, energy, environmental, environmental protection, and sociological bases for projecting small hydroelectric power plants. As a result, the elaboration of the project documentation and the construction of small hydroelectric power plants are delayed.
The elaboration of a pilot study addressing basic parameters for projecting small hydroelectric power plants in Montenegro will provide an example of expert bases and establish an informal standard – a proposal for the preparation of the necessary project documentation that will boost the projection and construction of small hydroelectric power plants in Montenegro. The study will be a model for other comparable expert and scientific studies necessary for the projection and construction of small hydroelectric power plants in Montenegro.
By using renewable energy sources, small hydroelectric power plants reduce carbon dioxide emissions. They are of vital importance for the society and the country; in areas chosen by Montenegro, their construction would not have negative effects on the environment.
Ecoremediation – a strategy of Montenegro's development
Montenegro’s unique natural beauties and features must be protected or restored if affected by pollution and over-exploitation. The majority of natural resources are degraded and must be restored or preventively protected through ecoremediation tailored to locally specific circumstances.
The project will identify the most pressing environmental problems and their causes. The environment situation in Montenegro will be benchmarked against the environmental objectives of the European Union, ecoremediation projects for resolving environmental issues will be selected and cooperation with regional communities will be established for integrating ecoremediation in the education system and Montenegro’s development documents. Moreover, priorities will be defined relating to the implementation of ecoremediation and expert bases formed for the implementation of ecoremediation in practice.
The project will encourage a more active approach to the environment policy that can significantly influence the economic and social development of the country by protecting its natural resources.
Construction of a “solar path” in the Žabljak Municipality
Montenegro has been investing considerable efforts to become part of the European Union. However, it has encountered certain obstacles, among them regulations that limit the diffusion of light according to the European standards of light pollution prevention.
In line with Montenegro’s strategic guidelines for environmentally-friendly electricity production, the Žabljak Municipality is seeking to introduce innovative solutions and use solar energy for public needs. The project will enable the realisation of partial lighting of the tourist panoramic path in Žabljak. Electricity savings and low maintenance costs will further the environmentally-friendly image of the municipality. The use of photovoltaic technology will create possibilities for a future introduction of other independent electricity production systems at other locations, hybrid lighting and control systems. The goals of the project are to cut down the costs of energy and maintenance, reduce carbon dioxide emissions and improve the tourist offer.
Stage two of the project “Improving the offer of the Gorske Oči Hotel in Žabljak”
Tourism is the central pillar of the country’s economic base. Successful development will create new jobs, providing a source of income for the population. The strategic goals of tourism development in Montenegro are to secure its strong position as a global, high-quality tourist destination, create new jobs and improve the living standards, while guaranteeing income and economic progress of the society, particularly in the undeveloped northern areas.
Seeking to expand the tourist offer and introduce health tourism in the Žabljak and Durmitor area, stage one improved the offer of the Gorske Oči Hotel. Stage two will take on the reconstruction and equipment of the additional facilities of the Gorske Oči Hotel and create conditions to improve its offer. This will contribute to the further strengthening and development of tourism and the entire Montenegrin economy, but particularly the northern regions faced with a dire demographic and economic situation.
Construction of a receiving canal and the regulation of wastewater treatment in the Žabljak Municipality
The Žabljak Municipality lies in the Durmitor National Park and is a leading centre of winter and summer tourism, but at the same time one of the less developed municipalities. A major obstacle to a speedier development of the municipality is the non-existing system of municipal infrastructure. A number of cesspools are found in areas without sewer systems; they are a major cause of groundwater pollution and a threat to the health of the residents, hindering the development of tourism, which is one of the leading branches of the economy in these parts.
The donation of the Republic of Slovenia would support stage one of the project to construct municipal infrastructure, notably the construction of a receiving canal and the regulation of wastewater treatment.
The construction of a sewer system will limit the pollution of groundwaters and drinking water catchments. The improved infrastructure is a condition for the construction of tourist facilities, which will enable the creation of new jobs and positively influence economic development of the region.
Study of traffic development in Nikšić
Nikšić is the second largest town in Montenegro; as such, it is the starting point and the goal of many traffic flows. The future traffic development depends on planning an efficient traffic network and a coordinated road and railway traffic regime.
The main goal of the study is to propose specific solutions for urban and traffic development of Nikšić. The study will be the basis for further projects to address urban development and traffic issues aimed at improving urban quality, environmental protection and sustainable mobility. The elaboration of the study will include the forecast of social and economic development of Nikšić elaborated along with the proposed solutions for a general traffic regulation of Nikšić.
The study of Nikšić’s traffic development will tie all the authorised subjects interested in the planning and the construction of a traffic regime.
3.2 Social services and infrastructure
In cooperation with Montenegro, the Republic of Slovenia implements part of its priorities in the field of international development cooperation by contributing to the strengthening of social services which, under the present Programme, also comprise the support for and improvement of conditions for research and development of know-how in the field of pharmaceuticals and medical equipment.
The Parties will seek to improve certain social services and good practice by paying due consideration to social and personal safety. Activities will indirectly contribute to the modernisation of local self-governance. Projects will focus on supporting the development of education, modernising the social infrastructure and enhancing economic development through innovative approaches aimed at ensuring a higher quality of tourist services. The regional development approach will be taken into consideration as it aims to contribute to peace, security and stability in the region. Within this context, the Parties will seek to encourage and preserve cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue.
Projects planned:
1. Equipping the laboratory of the Medications and Medical Equipment Agency in Podgorica
2. Equipping the regional centre for cultural heritage management in Cetinje
3. Creating the technical conditions required for ensuring social and personal safety in Cetinje
4. Creating the technical conditions for raising the quality of tourist services in Cetinje
5. Equipping the cultural centre “18. septembar” in Nikšić
Equipping the laboratory of the Medications and Medical Equipment Agency in Podgorica
The project envisages the equipment of the newly constructed modern functional facility of the Medications and Medical Equipment Agency and its national control screening laboratory. Adequately equipped laboratories will contribute to the health safety of the population, and the improved heath care system, improved efficiency in discovering counterfeit medicines, and the development of know-how. Positive effects may be expected for the development of the pharmaceutical sector and the distribution network. This will facilitate the creation of new jobs both in production and distribution.
Equipping the regional centre for cultural heritage management in Cetinje
The Ministry of Culture of Montenegro is conducting preliminary activities for the establishment of a regional centre for cultural heritage management with the seat in Cetinje. The Regional Centre will encourage institutional capacities in the region for cultural heritage management, strengthening of management capacities, formation of a network of cultural heritage experts, expert training, and international cooperation in the field of cultural heritage management.
The Republic of Slovenia, participating in the Council of Ministers of Culture of South East Europe and the "Cultural Heritage – A Bridge towards a Shared Future", supported the establishment of the Centre through declarations adopted at ministerial conferences organised as part of these initiatives. Through its donation of equipment, Slovenia will contribute to attaining the goals defined in the Ljubljana Process.
Creating the technical conditions required for ensuring social and personal safety in Cetinje
Cetinje is a town with a rich heritage in culture, education, art and history. This is its main tourist offer potential that may facilitate the development of the town and the municipality. Local authorities seek to establish technical conditions for ensuring personal and social safety. With the establishment of a video surveillance system, the Cetinje local authorities wish to obtain relevant and most recent data and adapt its measures in order to improve the safety of its residents, tourists and buildings they visit and enable the police to obtain information in real time on the developments in the town. The project would help improve the safety of residents and facilities. Without any harmful effects to the environment, the project would help improve the tourist offer of the town and create the conditions for reducing the costs of protection for the residents, institutions and companies. Video surveillance as proposed in the mentioned project is an appropriate and effective manner to protect cultural heritage, which is in the interest of the local authorities. The preservation of cultural heritage is also a part of Slovenia’s development policy.
Creating the technical conditions for raising the quality of tourist services in Cetinje
The development of tourism is a priority of the Montenegrin economy. Montenegro has resources essential for the further development of the tourist activity that stimulates the development of other complementary activities. Such development has an array of positive economic effects, including the reduction in the number of the unemployed and improvement of the residents’ living standards. A diverse tourist offer and the integration of the sustainability criterion are development priorities.
The project to introduce a wireless network in the entire Cetinje area would enable free Internet access to tourists and the residents of Cetinje. This would raise the level of the tourist offer and particularly benefit those residents of Cetinje that do not have Internet access due to their economic situation.
Equipping the cultural centre “18. septembar” in Nikšić
The Nikšić Municipality is planning the reconstruction and adaptation of the interior of the “18. septembar” cultural centre. The donation of the Republic of Slovenia would be used to equip the halls and other premises with appropriate furniture and equipment, to procure stage equipment, lighting as well as audio and video equipment. The goal of the project is to improve the conditions for cultural activity in Nikšić which would facilitate social development of the municipality and have positive impacts on the education of the young population. It will facilitate the creation of new jobs and thus contribute to the economic progress of the municipality and overall development of the local community.
III TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Article 4
The Republic of Slovenia supports Montenegro’s European perspective, the process of integration into the European Union and the adoption of EU standards and norms. The Republic of Slovenia provides Montenegro with expert assistance in the harmonisation of its national legislation with the European acquis and in its implementation. The Parties and their respective institutions cooperate closely with the aim of accelerating the process of Montenegro’s European integration and making it as effective as possible. In 2011 and 2012, the cooperation within this framework will focus on the following areas:
4.1
Strengthening of administrative capacities of the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism in the field of environment and spatial planning:
– The activities of the Environment Inspection Service in the field of environment and spatial planning;
– Environment protection;
– Harmonisation of the construction system with the acquis communautaire in force relating to the environment and spatial planning;
– Harmonisation of national regulations with EU regulations relating to the living environment.
4.2
Preparation for the transposition of the INSPIRE Directive to the national legislation and the role of the national mapping and surveying authority in the process.
4.3
Strengthening of administrative capacities of the Ministry of the Interior and Public Administration with expert assistance in activities relating to Montenegro joining the European Union and assistance in the implementation of reforms for a more efficient work of the police.
4.4
Strengthening of administrative capacities of the Ministry of Health in the following fields:
– illicit drugs;
– cosmetic products;
– monitoring the consumption of medications financed from public funds and inspection (pharmaceutical control and financial expert control);
– harmonisation of the legislation with the acquis communautaire;
– assistance in the implementation and adoption of tobacco legislation, control of communicable diseases, strengthening of human and material resources, consolidation of blood transfusion medicine, adoption of legislation on tissues and cells, and adoption of measures in the field of mental health.
4.5
Strengthening of administrative capacities of the Statistical Office in the field of labour statistics, living standards and social services.
4.6
Strengthening of administrative capacities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration in the field of EU affairs organisation.
4.7
Strengthening of administrative capacities for IPA programming and implementation – including the efficient drawing of funds of pre-accession assistance and the establishment of appropriate structures that will enable efficient drawing.
4.8
Assistance to the Games of Chance Administration in strengthening administrative capacities to exercise control over the monitoring and information system by drafting relevant legislation and regulations in this area, and by preparing the technical, human resources and expert potential for the introduction and implementation of the on-line information system in Montenegro.
4.9
Reform of the education system and strengthening of administrative capacities of the Ministry of Education and Sports and the Education Institute.
4.10
Strengthening of administrative capacities of the Ministry of Economy in the field of energy in the following segments:
– Introduction of procedures, requirements and criteria for energy efficiency in spatial planning and the development of infrastructural investments and the establishment of mechanisms for monitoring the effects and reporting, particularly from the perspective of realising the commitments assumed relating to the Agreement on Energy Security;
– Establishment and development of energy management schemes in public sector structures, focusing on the development of the energy consumption monitoring system and reporting;
– Expert assistance in the implementation of the third energy package of the EU;
– Transfer of experience of EU Member States in the implementation of measures for the protection of electricity and gas consumers;
– Expert assistance in the management of energy statistics;
– Expert assistance in the development of a production guarantee system relating to renewable sources of energy and highly efficient combined heat and power generation;
– Expert assistance in joining the European Small Hydropower Association.
4.11
Strengthening of administrative capacities of the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism in the introduction of an information system for uniform tourist records, a central tourist register and a legislative framework relating to the tourist services offer, including sports, recreation and adventure activities
4.12
Strengthening of administrative capacities in the area of combating corruption.
4.13
Strengthening of administrative capacities of the local self-governance structure through the exchange of experience in the field of regional development and EU cohesion policy.
4.14
Training and strengthening of administrative capacities of the public radio-television service with the transfer of knowledge and experience in the introduction of digital technology.
4.15
Strengthening of administrative capacities and assisting the Ministry of Justice in the rule of law, including the standards set forth in European Union negotiations chapters 23 and 24.
4.16
Strengthening of administrative capacities of the Bureau of Metrology:
– Elaboration of a plan for regulations in the field of supervision of precious metal objects and preparatory activities for Montenegro to become Party of the Convention on the Control and Marking of Articles of Precious Metals;
– Cooperation in the field of metrology at the level of countries.
4.17
Reform and capacity building of the Development Fund of Montenegro.
Article 5
The Government of the Republic of Slovenia shall provide, within the limits of its capabilities and according to the needs of the Government of Montenegro, expert assistance in other areas of strengthening the country’s administrative capacities.
Article 6
Expert assistance shall be provided mainly in the forms of consultations and the exchange of experience between experts of the two Parties, exchange of materials and expert opinions and the training of public officials through study visits, seminars and workshops.
Article 7
Specific activities and their implementation shall be coordinated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Montenegro within the Joint Committee.
Article 8
Expert assistance of the Republic of Slovenia to Montenegro shall be financed by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia which has earmarked funds for 2011 to the amount of EUR 180,000 in its International Development Cooperation Programme for 2011 and 2012. The basis for the allocation of funds in 2012 will be the 2011 allocation.
If the project or activity is conducted in Montenegro, only the participants from the Republic of Slovenia are entitled to the reimbursement of the expenses incurred.
If the project or activity is conducted in the Republic of Slovenia, participants from the beneficiary are entitled to the reimbursement of travel expenses from the beneficiary’s capital to the Republic of Slovenia and back, accommodation in the Republic of Slovenia and public transportation expenses during the participation in the project or activity.
Other possible expenses related to the implementation of the project or activity are also covered according to the project plan and the programme of activities.
IV OTHER FORMS OF COOPERATION
Article 9
The Parties agree to encourage development activities of the implementing institutions from the Republic of Slovenia in Montenegro and the cooperation of non-governmental organisations. They will support other areas and other forms of bilateral development cooperation, among them projects by non-commercial public services and projects implemented regionally in more or for more partner countries at a time. In its Framework Programme on International Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Assistance of the Republic of Slovenia for 2011 and 2012, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia envisaged additional funds also for such forms of development cooperation.
Article 10
Specific activities and the details relating to their implementation shall be coordinated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Montenegro within the Joint Committee.
FINAL PROVISIONS
Article 11
The Joint Committee shall draw up a report on the implementation of activities and the use of funds provided for within this Programme.
Article 12
The logo of the Republic of Slovenia and of Slovenia’s international development cooperation shall be used for official communication relating to the donation.
Article 13
Should any problems be encountered during the realisation of individual projects or additional development projects be identified for the consolidation of the economic and social infrastructure, the Parties may agree to amend the selection of projects. This shall be done through the Joint Committee for Development Cooperation. The agreement adopted shall be formalised in the form of protocol which shall be integral part of this Programme and enter into force in accordance with Article 14 hereof.
Article 14
This Programme shall enter into force on the thirtieth day following its signing and remain in force until 31 December 2012. Any activities still underway and not concluded by 31 December 2012, shall be carried on in compliance with the provisions of the Programme until their conclusion unless otherwise agreed by the Parties.
Done at Podgorica on 4 August 2011 in two originals in the English language.
For the Republic of Slovenia
Alenka Suhadolnik (s)
 
For Montenegro
Ramiz Bašić (s)
P R O G R A M
MEDNARODNEGA RAZVOJNEGA SODELOVANJA MED REPUBLIKO SLOVENIJO IN ČRNO GORO ZA LETI 2011 IN 2012
Republika Slovenija in Črna gora (v nadaljevanju: pogodbenici) sta se
na podlagi Sporazuma med Vlado Republike Slovenije in Vlado Črne gore o razvojnem sodelovanju, podpisanega 7. februarja 2008 v Ljubljani, in
skladno z Okvirnim programom mednarodnega razvojnega sodelovanja in humanitarne pomoči Republike Slovenije za leti 2011 in 2012, sprejetim s sklepom Vlade Republike Slovenije 17. marca 2011,
dogovorili o naslednjem programu bilateralnega razvojnega sodelovanja med Republiko Slovenijo in Črno goro za leti 2011 in 2012:
I. SKUPNI ODBOR
1. člen
Pogodbenici sta imenovali nove člane Skupnega odbora, ki predlaga prioritete, programe in projekte mednarodnega razvojnega sodelovanja ter nadzoruje izvajanje mednarodnega razvojnega sodelovanja.
Vlada Republike Slovenije je v Okvirnem programu mednarodnega razvojnega sodelovanja in humanitarne pomoči za leti 2011 in 2012 predvidela sredstva za dvostransko razvojno sodelovanje med Republiko Slovenijo in Črno goro v skupni vrednosti 1.185.500 EUR v letu 2011. Podlaga za dodelitev sredstev v letu 2012 bo dodelitev v letu 2011.
II. RAZVOJNI PROJEKTI ZA KREPITEV GOSPODARSKE IN DRUŽBENE INFRASTRUKTURE
2. člen
Vlada Republike Slovenije je v Okvirnem programu mednarodnega razvojnega sodelovanja in humanitarne pomoči predvidela sredstva v okvirni višini 970.500 EUR (devetsto sedemdeset tisoč petsto evrov) za podporo razvojnim projektom v Črni gori v letu 2011. Izhodiščna usmeritev za dodelitev sredstev v letu 2012 bo dodelitev v letu 2011.
Država prejemnica mora pri projektih zagotoviti lastno udeležbo.
Država prejemnica sama odloča, kako bo zaprla finančno konstrukcijo projekta. Javni subjekt države prejemnice, ki je prejemnik donacije, svoj delež praviloma zagotavlja v okviru proračuna (državnega ali občinskega), v obliki rednih proračunskih prilivov, posojil in donacij iz drugih državnih ali mednarodnih ustanov.
Javni subjekti države prejemnice izberejo izvajalca v skladu z nacionalno zakonodajo države prejemnice, ki ureja javne finance in javna naročila. V posebnih primerih, ko je večinska sofinancerka Republika Slovenija, Center za mednarodno sodelovanje in razvoj (v nadaljevanju: CMSR) v dogovoru s prejemnikom donacije izbere izvajalca na podlagi razpisa, objavljenega v Republiki Sloveniji v skladu s slovensko zakonodajo s področja javnih financ in javnih naročil.
3. člen
Program mednarodnega razvojnega sodelovanja med Republiko Slovenijo in Črno goro za leti 2011 in 2012 podpira ključni strateški cilj Črne gore – pristop k EU – in vključuje razvojne projekte za krepitev gospodarske in družbene infrastrukture v Črni gori, še posebej na področju gospodarstva in varovanja okolja ter družbene infrastrukture.
3.1 Gospodarstvo in varovanje okolja
Črna gora ima kljub majhni površini izjemno bogate naravne vire in naravno dediščino, ki v veliki meri predstavlja še neizkoriščen potencial. Zaradi majhnosti notranjega trga bosta prihodnja rast in razvoj države v veliki meri odvisna od tega, kako uspešno bo razvijala izvozno usmerjeno gospodarstvo in turizem na družbeno in okoljsko odgovoren način. V prostorskem načrtu za obdobje do leta 2010 je Črna gora potrdila potrebo po razvoju severnega dela države, vključno z območjem narodnega parka Durmitor (je na Unescovem seznamu svetovne dediščine); razvoj visokokakovostne turistične ponudbe in ekoturizma ter izboljšanje obstoječe turistične ponudbe pa sodijo med prednostne naloge njene gospodarske politike.
Odločitev Črne gore, da kot neodvisna in mednarodno priznana država nadaljuje in spodbuja proces evro-atlantskih integracij, zahteva odgovoren, celosten in kompleksen pristop k razvoju. Energetika predstavlja del skupnega, trajnostnega in dolgoročnega razvoja države s pozitivnimi makroekonomskimi učinki. Strategija razvoja energetike Črne gore vključuje mednarodne obveznosti Črne gore, smernice energetske politike EU in obveznosti iz Sporazuma o oblikovanju energetske skupnosti, s katerim so določena načela reorganizacije energetskega sektorja in razvoja regionalnega energetskega tržišča.
Za učinkovitejši pristop pri varovanju okolja sta pomembni tudi področji urejanja prometa v urbanih središčih in sodobno ravnanje z odpadki. Vzpostavitev ustrezne prometne ureditve izboljšuje kakovost prostora in pozitivno vpliva na varstvo okolja ter trajnostno mobilnost. Razvit in vzpostavljen sistem nadzorovanega evidentiranja in razvrščanja odpadkov z možnostjo recikliranja ter učinkovit sistem upravljanja z odpadnimi vodami sta bistvena elementa celovite strategije varovanja okolja na ravni lokalnih skupnosti in celotne države.
Ob upoštevanju navedenih izhodišč načrtujeta pogodbenici v letih 2011 in 2012 izvedbo naslednjih projektov:
1. Druga faza projekta »Izvajanje sporazuma o energetski skupnosti in razvoj IT sistema infrastrukture energetskega sektorja«
2. Študija izvedljivosti mehansko-biološke in termične obdelave komunalnih odpadkov v mestu Berane in Študija izvedljivosti daljinskega ogrevanja v mestu Berane
3. Podrobni prostorski načrti za večnamenske akumulacije na reki Morači
4. Gradnja mostu na obvoznici v mestu Plav
5. Izdelava pilotne študije temeljnih parametrov za projektiranje malih hidroelektrarn
6. Ekoremediacija – strategija razvoja Črne gore
7. Postavitev »solarne poti« v Občini Žabljak
8. Druga faza projekta »Dopolnitev vsebin v hotelu Gorske oči v Žabljaku«
9. Postavitev sistema za prečiščevanje odpadnih vod v občini Žabljak
10. Študija prometnega razvoja mesta Nikšić
Druga faza projekta »Izvajanje sporazuma o energetski skupnosti in razvoj IT sistema infrastrukture energetskega sektorja«
Vlada Črne gore je v svojih planskih dokumentih (med drugim v Strategiji razvoja energetike do leta 2025) kot prioriteto opredelila izboljšanje energetske učinkovitosti. Namen izvajanja tega projekta je vzpostaviti z informacijsko tehnologijo podprt sistem za uvajanje ukrepov energetske učinkovitosti na raznih področjih javnega sektorja. Glavni prispevek projekta k razvoju energetskega sektorja Črne gore, ki je nujno potreben za njen nadaljnji gospodarski razvoj, je povezava vseh potrebnih dejavnosti in sistemov v celoto, ki bo omogočala enostavno, pregledno in nadzorovano uvajanje energetske učinkovitosti v javnem sektorju Črne gore, ob tem pa bi se pristojnim organom v državi prejemnici omogočilo tudi sprotno spremljanje rezultatov in nadaljnjih izboljšav. Uvedba sistema bo zaključena s primerom pilotske aplikacije – ob primeru javne razsvetljave kot relativno velikega porabnika energije z mnogimi potencialnimi prihranki. Tako bodo lokalni strokovnjaki enostavno in učinkovito usposobljeni za nadaljnje samostojno delo pri prihodnjih aplikacijah.
Izboljšanje energetske učinkovitosti bo pripomoglo k zmanjšani porabi energije, nižjim stroškom in manjši obremenitvi okolja, državi pa bo omogočilo hitrejši družbeni in gospodarski razvoj.
Študija izvedljivosti mehansko-biološke in termične obdelave komunalnih odpadkov v mestu Berane in Študija izvedljivosti daljinskega ogrevanja mesta Berane
Občina Berane izvaja dejavnosti za vzpostavitev nove deponije in reciklažnega centra, kjer bo potekala obdelava komunalnih odpadkov. Za zagotovitev celovitosti obdelave komunalnih odpadkov skladno z evropskim okoljskim pravnim redom je potrebna izdelava študije izvedljivosti mehansko-biološke in termične obdelave komunalnih odpadkov.
Trenutno se vsi objekti na območju mesta Berane ogrevajo z individualnimi kurišči, pri čemer se kot energent uporabljajo skoraj izključno trda goriva – les in premog. V okviru študije izvedljivosti daljinskega ogrevanja mesta Berane bodo preučene tehnološke, ekonomske in okoljske možnosti za gradnjo toplovodnega daljinskega sistema ogrevanja mesta. Tako se iz enega energetskega vira, ki obratuje skladno z vsemi ekološkimi predpisi, zagotavlja potrebna toplotna energija v obliki tople vode za ogrevanje celotnega strnjenega dela mesta ob minimalnem onesnaževanju.
Študiji bosta dali osnovo za odločitev o investicijah s tehnološkega, ekonomskega in ekološkega vidika.
Podrobni prostorski načrti za večnamenske akumulacije na reki Morači
V okviru projekta bo izdelan razširjen in podroben prostorski načrt za večnamenske akumulacije, ki vključuje področje celotnega porečja reke Morače. Na podlagi izdelanega načrta bi bil izkoriščen hidropotencial reke Morače in njenih pritokov. V prostorskem načrtu bodo zajeta območja za štiri večje hidroenergetske lokacije. To bo predstavljalo osnovno rešitev za izkoriščanje potenciala srednjega toka reke Morače v hidroelektrarnah. V načrtu bodo zajeta tudi druga območja za izkoriščanje preostalega potenciala za manjše hidroelektrarne.
Glavni namen izdelave prostorskega načrta za večnamenske akumulacije na reki Morači je zagotovitev jasne vizije za to območje, ki ima poseben pomen pri gradnji infrastrukturnih objektov za nadaljnji razvoj lokalnih skupnosti in celotne države Črne gore. V projektu je predvidena tudi izdelava presoje vplivov na okolje, kar je za državo ključnega pomena pri javni razpravi o gradnji objektov, ki posegajo v prostor.
Z izdelavo prostorskega načrta bodo zagotovljeni predpogoji za realizacijo investicijskih projektov in gradnjo objektov na lokacijah, ki zahtevajo trajne spremembe v prostoru.
Gradnja mostu na obvoznici v mestu Plav
Občina Plav je ena najrevnejših občin v Črni gori, vendar ima možnosti za razvoj turizma. Gradnja infrastrukturnih objektov, npr. obvoznic in mostov, prispeva k povezavi najpomembnejših turističnih točk v mestu, s tem pa k oživitvi turistične dejavnosti. Donacija Republike Slovenije bo uporabljena za gradnjo mostu na obvoznici.
Izdelava pilotne študije temeljnih parametrov za projektiranje malih hidroelektrarn
Črna gora ima izjemne reliefne in hidrološke naravne danosti za gradnjo malih hidroelektrarn, težave pa so pri določanju nujno potrebnih parametrov za optimalno izrabo hidropotenciala malih vodotokov. Težko je pridobiti nujno potrebne ustrezna strokovna, geološka, geomehanska, geomorfološka, geodetska, hidrogeološka, hidrološka, energetska, ekološka, naravovarstvena in sociološka izhodišča za projektiranje malih hidroelektrarn, zato prihaja do zamud pri izdelavi projektne dokumentacije.
Z izdelavo pilotne študije o temeljnih parametrih za projektiranje malih hidroelektrarn v Črni gori bo pridobljen vzorčni primer strokovnih osnov in vzpostavljen neformalni standard – predlog za pripravo potrebne ustrezne projektne dokumentacije, ki bo pospešila projektiranje in gradnjo malih hidroelektrarn v Črni gori. Študija bo predstavljala modelno podlago za izdelavo drugih primerljivih strokovnih in znanstvenih študij, potrebnih za projektiranje in gradnjo malih hidroelektrarn v Črni gori.
Z uporabo obnovljivih virov energije male hidroelektrarne zmanjšujejo izpuste ogljikovega dioksida. Za družbo in državo so bistvenega pomena; v delih, ki jih je izbrala Črna gora, njihova gradnja ne bi imela negativnih posledic za okolje.
Ekoremediacija – strategija razvoja Črne gore
Črna gora ima edinstvene naravne lepote in danosti, ki jih je potrebno varovati oziroma obnoviti zaradi onesnaževanja in pretirane rabe. Večina naravnih virov je degradiranih in jih je potrebno obnoviti oziroma preventivno zaščititi z ekoremediacijami, prilagojenimi lokalno specifičnim razmeram.
V okviru projekta bodo identificirani najpomembnejši okoljski problemi ter njihovi vzroki. Opravljen bo pregled skladnosti stanja okolja v Črni gori z okoljskimi cilji EU, pripravljen bo nabor ekoremedicij za reševanje okoljskih problemov in sodelovanje z regionalnimi skupnostmi za vgrajevanje ekoremediacij v izobraževanje in v razvojne dokumente Črne gore. Prav tako bodo opredeljena prioritetna območja za implementacijo ekoremediacij in pripravljene strokovne podlage za implementacijo ekoremediacij v praksi.
Projekt bo spodbudil aktivnejši pristop k okoljski politiki, ki lahko z varovanjem naravnih virov učinkovito vpliva na ekonomski in socialni razvoj države.
Postavitev »solarne poti« v občini Žabljak
Črna gora si močno prizadeva za vključitev v evropske integracije, a se pri tem sooča z določenimi težavami, npr. pri predpisih, ki v skladu z evropskimi standardi omejujejo razprševanje svetlobe in s tem t. i. svetlobno onesnaževanje.
V skladu s strateškimi smernicami Črne gore za ekološko proizvodnjo električne energije si občina Žabljak prizadeva uvajati inovativne rešitve pri uporabi sončne energije za javne potrebe. Projekt bo omogočil delno osvetlitev turistične panoramske poti v občini Žabljak, kar bo ob prihranku električne energije in nizkih vzdrževalnih stroških pripomoglo k ekološki podobi občine. Uporaba fotovoltaične tehnologije bo omogočila uvajanje drugih neodvisnih sistemov proizvodnje električne energije na drugih lokacijah, pri hibridnih sistemih razsvetljave in kontrole. Cilji projekta so znižanje stroškov energije in vzdrževanja, zmanjšanje izpustov ogljikovega dioksida in izboljšanje turistične ponudbe.
Druga faza projekta »Dopolnitev vsebin v hotelu Gorske oči v Žabljaku«
Turizem predstavlja glavni steber ekonomske osnove države in z uspešnim razvojem te dejavnosti je mogoče zagotoviti nova delovna mesta in vir prihodka za prebivalstvo. Strateški cilj razvoja turizma v Črni gori je zato ustvarjanje močnega položaja globalne visokokakovostne turistične destinacije, odpiranje novih delovnih mest in izboljšanje življenjskega standarda prebivalcev Črne gore, hkrati pa zagotavljanje prihodkov in ekonomski napredek družbe, posebej v nerazvitih področjih na severu regije.
V okviru prizadevanj za razširitev turistične ponudbe in uvajanja zdravstvenega turizma na področju Žabljaka in Durmitorja so bile v prvi fazi projekta že dopolnjene vsebine v hotelu Gorske oči. V drugi fazi, ki zajema rekonstrukcijo in opremo objektov za spremljevalno dejavnost hotela Gorske oči, pa bodo vzpostavljeni pogoji za dvig ravni turistične ponudbe. Ustvarjeni bodo pogoji za nadaljnjo krepitev in razvoj turizma, s tem pa tudi celotnega gospodarstva Črne gore – še posebej demografsko in gospodarsko ogrožene regije severne Črne gore.
Gradnja prestreznega kanala in ureditev prečiščevanja odpadnih vod v občini Žabljak
Občina Žabljak leži na področju nacionalnega parka Durmitor in je eden od pomembnejših centrov tako zimskega kot letnega turizma, vendar pa spada med slabše razvite občine. Ena glavnih ovir za hitrejši razvoj občine je neobstoječ sistem komunalne infrastrukture. Na področjih, kjer ni kanalizacije, je veliko septičnih jam, ki onesnažujejo podzemne vode, in s tem ogrožajo zdravje prebivalcev. Neobstoječa kanalizacija predstavlja oviro za razvoj turizma, ki je ena od pomembnejših gospodarskih panog na tem območju.
Donacija Republike Slovenije bi podprla prvo fazo projekta ureditve komunalne infrastrukture, in sicer gradnjo prestreznega kanala in ureditev prečiščevanja odpadnih voda.
Gradnja kanalizacijskega sistema bo pripomogla k manjšemu onesnaževanju podzemnih voda in zajetij pitne vode. Izboljšana infrastruktura je pogoj za gradnjo turističnih objektov, kar bo omogočilo odpiranje novih delovnih mest in pozitivno vplivalo na gospodarski razvoj območja.
Študija prometnega razvoja mesta Nikšić
Mesto Nikšić je kot drugo največje mesto v Črni gori izhodišče in cilj mnogih prometnih tokov. Prihodnji razvoj prometa temelji na načrtovanju učinkovite prometne mreže ter usklajenem cestnem in železniškem prometu.
Glavni cilj izdelave študije je predlaganje konkretnih rešitev za prostorsko-prometni razvoj mesta Nikšić. Študija bo predstavljala osnovo za nadaljnje projekte za reševanje prostorsko-prometne problematike, ki bodo usmerjeni v izboljšanje kakovosti prostora, zaščito okolja in zagotavljanje trajne mobilnosti. V sklopu študije je predvidena tudi izdelava napovedi socialno-ekonomskega razvoja mesta Nikšić, predlagane pa so tudi splošne prostorsko-prometne rešitve mesta Nikšić.
Izdelana študija prometnega razvoja mesta Nikšić bo povezovala vse subjekte, ki imajo interes in pooblastilo za načrtovanje in gradnjo prometnega sistema.
3.2 Družbene storitve in infrastruktura
V sodelovanju s Črno goro Republika Slovenija uresničuje del svojih prioritet na področju mednarodnega razvojnega sodelovanja s prispevkom h krepitvi družbenih storitev, kar v pričujočem programu med drugim zajema tudi podporo in izboljšanje pogojev za raziskovanje in razvoj lastnega znanja na področju zdravil in medicinske opreme.
Pogodbenici si bosta prizadevali za izboljšanje nekaterih družbenih storitev in dobre prakse ob upoštevanju družbene in osebne varnosti. Dejavnosti bodo posredno prispevale k posodobitvi lokalne samouprave. Projekti bodo usmerjeni v podporo razvoju na področju izobraževanja, posodobitev družbene infrastrukture in spodbujanje gospodarskega razvoja z inovativnimi pristopi za zagotovitev višje kakovosti turističnih storitev. Upoštevan bo tudi regionalni razvojni pristop, saj je njegov namen prispevati k miru, varnosti in stabilnosti v regiji. V tem okviru si bosta pogodbenici prizadevali tudi za spodbujanje in ohranjanje kulturne raznolikosti in medkulturnega dialoga.
Načrtovani projekti:
1. Opremljanje laboratorija Agencije za zdravila in medicinsko opremo v Podgorici
2. Opremljanje regionalnega centra za upravljanje s kulturno dediščino v Cetinju
3. Vzpostavitev tehničnih pogojev za zagotavljanje družbene in osebne varnosti v Cetinju
4. Vzpostavitev tehničnih pogojev za dvig kakovosti turističnih storitev v Cetinju
5. Opremljanje kulturnega centra »18. septembar« v Nikšiću
Opremljanje laboratorija Agencije za zdravila in medicinsko opremo v Podgorici
Projekt predvideva opremljanje novozgrajenega sodobnega funkcionalnega objekta Agencije za zdravila in medicinsko opremo v Podgorici, v katerem bo med drugim tudi nacionalni kontrolni presejalni laboratorij. Ustrezno opremljeni laboratoriji bodo pripomogli k večji zdravstveni varnosti prebivalstva in s tem k izboljšanju sistema zdravstvenega varstva, povečanju učinkovitosti pri odkrivanju ponarejenih zdravil in razvoju lastnega znanja. Pričakovati je tudi pozitivne učinke za razvoj farmacevtskega sektorja in distribucijske mreže. To bo omogočilo ustvarjanje novih delovnih mest v proizvodnji in distribuciji.
Opremljanje regionalnega centra za upravljanje s kulturno dediščino v Cetinju
Ministrstvo za kulturo Črne gore izvaja pripravljalne aktivnosti za ustanovitev Regionalnega centra za upravljanje s kulturno dediščino, ki bo imel sedež v Cetinju. Regionalni center bo namenjen spodbujanju institucionalnih zmogljivosti držav v regiji za upravljanje s kulturno dediščino, krepitvi upravljavskih zmogljivosti, oblikovanju mreže strokovnjakov za kulturno dediščino, organizaciji izobraževanja za strokovnjake in spodbujanju mednarodnega sodelovanja na področju upravljanja s kulturno dediščino.
Republika Slovenija je v okviru iniciativ Sveta ministrov za kulturo jugovzhodne Evrope in »Kulturna dediščina – most k skupni prihodnosti« podprla ustanovitev centra s sprejetjem deklaracije na temu posvečenih ministrskih konferencah. Z donacijo opreme bo Republika Slovenija prispevala k doseganju zadanih ciljev v okviru t. i. ljubljanskega procesa.
Vzpostavitev tehničnih pogojev za zagotavljanje družbene in osebne varnosti v Cetinju
Cetinje je mesto z bogato kulturno, izobraževalno, umetnostno in zgodovinsko dediščino. To predstavlja glavni potencial turistične ponudbe, ki bi lahko omogočil razvoj mesta in občine. Lokalna samouprava želi z vzpostavitvijo tehničnih pogojev zagotoviti osebno in družbeno varnost. Z vzpostavitvijo sistema videonadzora želi lokalna samouprava mesta Cetinje zagotoviti ažurno pridobivanje relevantnih podatkov in temu prilagajati ukrepe za povečevanje varnosti prebivalcev, turistov in objektov, ki jih ti obiskujejo, policiji pa omogočiti, da v realnem času dobi informacije o dogajanju v mestu. Projekt bi prispeval k večji varnosti prebivalcev in objektov. Projekt brez škodljivih posledic za okolje bi lahko prispeval k izboljšanju turistične ponudbe mesta in ustvaril pogoje za zmanjšanje stroškov varovanja za prebivalce, ustanove in podjetja. Varovanje z videonadzorom, ki je predvideno v omenjenem projektu, je primerno in učinkovito za varovanje kulturne dediščine, kar je v interesu lokalne oblasti. Ohranjanje kulturne dediščine je tudi del razvojne politike Republike Slovenije.
Vzpostavitev tehničnih pogojev za dvig kakovosti turističnih storitev v Cetinju
Razvoj turizma je ena od prioritet črnogorskega gospodarstva. Črna gora razpolaga z viri, ki so pomembni za nadaljnji razvoj turistične dejavnosti, kar spodbuja razvoj drugih komplementarnih dejavnosti. Takšen razvoj ima niz pozitivnih gospodarskih učinkov, vključno z zmanjševanjem brezposelnosti in izboljšanjem življenjskega standarda prebivalstva. Med prioritetami razvoja sta raznolikost turistične ponudbe in vključitev kriterija trajnosti.
S projektom vzpostavitve sistema za brezžični dostop do interneta na celotnem območju mesta Cetinje bi lokalna samouprava omogočila brezplačen dostop do interneta turistom in prebivalcem Cetinja. S tem bi izboljšali turistično ponudbo, hkrati pa bi od tega imeli korist tudi tisti prebivalci Cetinja, ki zaradi slabšega ekonomskega položaja nimajo dostopa do interneta.
Opremljanje kulturnega centra »18. septembar« v Nikšiću
Občina Nikšić načrtuje rekonstrukcijo in adaptacijo notranjih prostorov v kulturnem centru »18. septembar«. Donacija Republike Slovenije bi bila namenjena za ureditev dvoran in drugih prostorov z ustreznim pohištvom in opremo, dobavo scenske tehnike, scenske razsvetljave ter avdio- in videoopreme. Cilj projekta je izboljšanje pogojev za izvajanje kulturne dejavnosti v Nikšiću, kar bi prispevalo k socialnemu razvoju občine in imelo pozitivne učinke na izobraževanje mlade populacije. Projekt bo omogočil ustvarjanje novih delovnih mest ter s tem prispeval h gospodarskemu razvoju občine in splošnemu razvoju lokalne skupnosti.
III. TEHNIČNA POMOČ
4. člen
Republika Slovenija aktivno podpira Črno goro v njeni evropski perspektivi, procesu integracije v EU ter pri prevzemanju njenih standardov in normativov. Republika Slovenija zagotavlja Črni gori strokovno pomoč tako pri usklajevanju nacionalne zakonodaje s pravnim redom EU kot tudi pri implementaciji pravnega reda EU. Pogodbenici in njune ustanove tesno sodelujejo z namenom,da bo proces evropske integracije Črne gore čim hitrejši in čim bolj učinkovit. V letih 2011 in 2012 bo sodelovanje v tem okviru osredotočeno na naslednja področja:
4.1
Krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti Ministrstva za trajnostni razvoj in turizem na področju okolja in prostora:
– delovanje inšpekcijske službe za področje okolja in prostora;
– varstvo narave;
– harmonizacija sistema graditve z veljavnim acquis communautaire za okolje in prostor;
– harmonizacija domačih predpisov s predpisi EU na področju bivalnega okolja.
4.2
Priprava na prevzem direktive INSPIRE v domači pravni red in vloga državne geodetske službe v tem procesu.
4.3
Krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti Ministrstva za notranje zadeve s strokovno pomočjo pri dejavnostih, povezanih z vključevanjem Črne gore v evropske integracije, in pomoč pri izvedbi reform za učinkovitejše delo policije.
4.4
Krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti Ministrstva za zdravje na naslednjih področjih:
– prepovedane droge;
– kozmetični izdelki;
– spremljanja porabe zdravil, financiranih iz javnih sredstev, in inšpekcije (farmacevtski nadzor in strokovni finančni nadzor)
– uskladitev zakonodaje z acquis communautaire;
– pomoč pri implementaciji in sprejemanju tobačne zakonodaje, nadzoru nad nalezljivimi boleznimi, krepitvi človeških in materialnih virov, krepitvi transfuzijske medicine, sprejetju zakonodaje na področju tkiv in celic ter sprejetju ukrepov na področju duševnega zdravja.
4.5
Krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti Statističnega urada na področju statistike dela, življenjske ravni in socialnih storitev.
4.6
Krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti Ministrstva za zunanje zadeve in evropske integracije na področju organizacije zadev, povezanih z EU.
4.7
Krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti za programiranje in implementacijo IPA – vključno z učinkovitim črpanjem sredstev predpristopne pomoči in vzpostavitvijo ustreznih struktur, ki bodo učinkovito črpanje omogočile.
4.8
Pomoč Upravi za igre na srečo pri okrepitvi administrativnih zmogljivosti na področju izvajanja nadzora prek nadzorno-informacijskega sistema s pripravo novega zakona in podzakonskih aktov, ki vsebinsko urejajo to področje, in pripravo tehničnega, kadrovskega in strokovnega potenciala za uvedbo in implementacijo spletnega informacijskega sistema v Črni gori.
4.9
Reforma šolskega sistema in krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti Ministrstva za šolstvo in šport ter Zavoda za šolstvo.
4.10
Krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti Ministrstva za gospodarstvo na področju energetike v naslednjih segmentih:
– uvedba postopkov, zahtev in kriterijev za energetsko učinkovitost v prostorsko načrtovanje, razvoj infrastrukturnih investicij in vzpostavljanje mehanizmov za spremljanje doseženih ciljev ter poročanje, še posebej z vidika realizacije prevzetih obveznosti iz Sporazuma o energetski varnosti;
– vzpostavitev in razvoj načrta energetskega upravljanja v zgradbah javnega sektorja s poudarkom na razvoju sistema za nadzor porabe energije in poročanju;
– strokovna pomoč pri implementaciji tretjega energetskega paketa EU;
– prenos izkušenj iz držav EU pri izvajanju ukrepov za varstvo porabnikov električne energije in plina;
– strokovna pomoč pri vodenju energetske statistike;
– strokovna pomoč pri razvoju sistema za jamstvo porekla pri proizvodnji iz obnovljivih virov energije in zelo učinkovite kogeneracije;
– strokovna pomoč v procesu priključevanja Evropski organizaciji malih hidroelektrarn.
4.11
Krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti Ministrstva za trajnostni razvoj in turizem pri uvajanju informacijskega sistema za enotne evidence turističnega prometa, uvajanju centralnega turističnega registra in pripravi zakonodajnega okvira za področje nudenja turističnih storitev, kar vključuje športno-rekreativne in avanturistične dejavnosti.
4.12
Krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti na področju boja proti korupciji.
4.13
Krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti v strukturah lokalne samouprave z izmenjavo izkušenj na področju regionalnega razvoja in kohezijske politike EU.
4.14
Usposabljanje in krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti javnega servisa RTV s prenosom znanja in izkušenj pri uvedbi digitalne tehnologije.
4.15
Krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti in pomoč Ministrstvu za pravosodje na področju vladavine prava, vključno z obravnavo standardov iz 23. in 24. poglavja pogajanj za članstvo v EU.
4.16
Krepitev administrativnih zmogljivosti Urada za meroslovje:
– izdelava načrta predpisov na področju kontrole izdelkov iz plemenitih kovin in pripravljalne aktivnosti za Črno goro, da bo postala pogodbenica Konvencije o preskušanju in označevanju izdelkov iz plemenitih kovin;
– sodelovanje na področju meroslovja na državnem nivoju.
4.17
Reforma in krepitev zmogljivosti Sklada za razvoj Črne gore.
5. člen
Vlada Republike Slovenije bo v okviru svojih možnosti in potreb Vlade Črne gore zagotavlja strokovno pomoč tudi na drugih področjih krepitve administrativnih zmogljivosti Črne gore.
6. člen
Strokovna pomoč se izvaja predvsem v obliki svetovanja in izmenjave izkušenj med strokovnjaki pogodbenic, izmenjave gradiv in strokovnih mnenj ter usposabljanja javnih uslužbencev s študijskimi obiski, seminarji in delavnicami.
7. člen
Konkretne dejavnosti in podrobnosti njihovega izvajanja usklajujeta Ministrstvo za zunanje zadeve Republike Slovenije in Ministrstvo za zunanje zadeve in evropske integracije Črne gore v okviru Skupnega odbora.
8. člen
Strokovno pomoč Republike Slovenije, namenjeno Črni gori, financira Vlada Republike Slovenije, ki je v letu 2011 za ta namen v Okvirnem programu mednarodnega razvojnega sodelovanja in humanitarne pomoči za leti 2011 in 2012 predvidela sredstva v znesku do 180.000 EUR. Izhodišče za dodelitev sredstev v letu 2012 bo dodelitev iz leta 2011.
Če se projekt ali dejavnost izvaja v Črni gori, so do povračila stroškov upravičeni samo udeleženci iz Republike Slovenije.
Če se projekt ali dejavnost izvaja v Republiki Sloveniji, se udeležencem iz države prejemnice krijejo stroški povratnega potovanja od prestolnice države prejemnice do Republike Slovenije, namestitev v Republiki Sloveniji in stroški javnega prevoza med udeležbo pri projektu ali dejavnosti.
Krijejo se tudi morebitni drugi stroški izvajanja projekta ali dejavnosti v skladu z načrtom projekta in programom dejavnosti.
IV. DRUGE OBLIKE SODELOVANJA
9. člen
Pogodbenici bosta spodbujali razvojne dejavnosti izvajalskih ustanov iz Republike Slovenije v Črni gori in sodelovanje nevladnih organizacij. Spodbujali bosta tudi dvostransko razvojno sodelovanje na drugih področja in v drugih oblikah, kot so projekti negospodarskih javnih služb in projekti, ki se izvajajo regionalno v več partnerskih državah ali za več partnerskih držav hkrati. Vlada Republike Slovenije je v Okvirnem programu mednarodnega razvojnega sodelovanja in humanitarne pomoči za leti 2011 in 2012 predvidela dodatna sredstva tudi za te oblike razvojnega sodelovanja.
10. člen
Konkretne dejavnosti in podrobnosti njihovega izvajanja usklajujeta Ministrstvo za zunanje zadeve Republike Slovenije in Ministrstvo za zunanje zadeve in evropske integracije Črne gore v okviru Skupnega odbora.
V. KONČNE DOLOČBE
11. člen
O izvedbi dejavnosti in porabi sredstev, predvidenih v okviru tega programa, bo Skupni odbor pripravil poročilo.
12. člen
Za uradno komunikacijo donacije se uporabljata logotipa Republike Slovenije in mednarodnega razvojnega sodelovanja Republike Slovenije.
13. člen
Pogodbenici se lahko v primeru težav pri izvajanju posameznega projekta oziroma v primeru ugotovitve dodatnih razvojnih projektov za krepitev gospodarske in družbene infrastrukture dogovorita za spremembo nabora projektov prek Skupnega odbora. Takšni dogovori o spremembi nabora projektov se sklenejo v obliki protokola, ki je sestavni del tega programa in začne veljati v skladu z določbami 14. člena tega programa.
14. člen
Ta program začne veljati trideseti dan po podpisu in velja do 31. decembra 2012. Dejavnosti, ki bodo še potekale in ne bodo zaključene do 31. decembra 2012, bodo urejene v skladu z določbami programa do končne izpolnitve, razen če se pogodbenici ne dogovorita drugače.
Sestavljeno v Podgorici 4. avgusta 2011 v dveh izvirnikih v angleškem jeziku.
Za Republiko Slovenijo
Alenka Suhadolnik l.r.
 
Za Črno goro
Ramiz Bašić l.r.
3. člen
Za izvajanje programa skrbi Ministrstvo za zunanje zadeve.
4. člen
Ta sklep začne veljati naslednji dan po objavi v Uradnem listu Republike Slovenije – Mednarodne pogodbe.
Št. 51002-50/2011
Ljubljana, dne 22. septembra 2011
EVA 2011-1811-0102
Vlada Republike Slovenije
mag. Mitja Gaspari l.r.
Minister