Municipality of Irakleia



Municipality of Iraklia is a municipality of the Regional Unity of Serres of the Region of Central Macedonia, which was established on January 1, 2011 by the merging of the pre-existing municipalities of Iraklia, Skotousis and Strymonikos. Its headquarters are its only town, Iraklia. At the northwest of the municipality lies the artificial lake Kerkini, one of the most important habitats in Greece.

Municipality of Iraklia has extensive experience in managing and implementing EU-funded projects. In the last programming period they participated in 2 projects, financed by the "Greece-Bulgaria 2007-2013" Programme. The  Department of "Planning and Organization" of the municipality is responsible for the support of  the municipality and the municipal organizations in the preparation, monitoring and evaluation of the results of  Operational Programmes,  Action Plans and European-funded projects, monitoring effectiveness and efficiency of municipal services in achieving the set objectives. It is also responsible for ensuring the integration of European and national policies in local policies.

Projects involved as Lead-partner

1) HealthNET

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