Transnational IWT barrier reporting tool
Electronic Reporting Tool for Administrative Barriers


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The transnational IWT barrier reporting tool is an output of the project DANTE - Improving Administrative Procedures and Processes for Danube IWT.
Project co-funded by European Funds (ERDF, IPA). More information about the project is available at: