Information – opinions exchange meeting at Panormo

On Tuesday, July 14, 2020, the second information- opinions exchange meeting took place at Panormo, in the hall of Haroupomylos. The purpose of the meeting was to inform the local authorities of the Regional Unit of Rethymnon, about the RCO and more specifically about the research entitled “REGISTER – EVALUATION – HIERARCHY OF TRADITIONAL SETTLEMENTS IN RELATION WITH THE EUROPEAN PATH E4”. Scientific coordinator of the research is professor Nikos Skoutelis.

Invitations for the meeting were sent to all Municipalities of the Regional Unit of Rethymnon. The actions that the RCO intends to develop on the occasion of the research for European Path E4, as a trigger for a holistic approach of the countryside and the dynamics that it presents today, were analyzed by Mr. Skoutelis and the delegation of the RCO from PLOIGOS Educational-Developmental , discussed and enriched by the guests, in combination with the strengths and weaknesses of the municipalities they represent. Finally, those present pledged to support the RCO in every possible way, by submitting relevant surveys and previsions of their Municipalities.

The Rural Crete Observatory will continue with two other meetings with officials of the local government of the Regional Unit of Heraklion and Lassithi, in the immediate future.



On Tuesday, July 14, 2020, the second information- opinions exchange meeting took place at Panormo, in the hall of Haroupomylos. The purpose of the meeting was to inform the local authorities of the Regional Unit of Rethymnon, about the RCO and more specifically about the research entitled “REGISTER – EVALUATION – HIERARCHY OF TRADITIONAL SETTLEMENTS IN RELATION WITH THE EUROPEAN PATH E4”. Scientific coordinator of the research is professor Nikos Skoutelis.

Invitations for the meeting were sent to all Municipalities of the Regional Unit of Rethymnon. The actions that the RCO intends to develop on the occasion of the research for European Path E4, as a trigger for a holistic approach of the countryside and the dynamics that it presents today, were analyzed by Mr. Skoutelis and the delegation of the RCO from PLOIGOS Educational-Developmental , discussed and enriched by the guests, in combination with the strengths and weaknesses of the municipalities they represent. Finally, those present pledged to support the RCO in every possible way, by submitting relevant surveys and previsions of their Municipalities.

The Rural Crete Observatory will continue with two other meetings with officials of the local government of the Regional Unit of Heraklion and Lassithi, in the immediate future.