EECCA is the abbreviation for “Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia” and covers all countries in Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia.

The new regional section EECCA is thus dedicated to the countries of the previous regional sections Russia, Ukraine and Central Asia, which will continue to be a focus of the forum’s work. These will now be complemented by the dynamic and emerging Caucasus region, which is also becoming increasingly interesting for German suppliers of innovative water and wastewater technology.

More on the future thematic focus will be discussed at the first meeting of the RF EECCA on 16th September 2021. We look forward to lively participation, new members and exciting exchange!

Please feel free to contact the forum management or your contact person at the GWP office with your questions, topic requests and ideas.


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