Danube–Criș–Mureș–Tisa Euroregion

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Map of DKMT (1997–2004).
Map of DKMT (2004-2007).

The Danube–Criș–Mureș–Tisa Euroregion (DMKT; Romanian: Dunăre–Criș–Mureș–Tisa; Hungarian: Duna–Körös–Maros–Tisza; Serbian: Dunav–Kriš–Moriš–Tisa or Дунав–Криш–Мориш–Тиса) is a euroregion located in Hungary, Romania and Serbia. It is named after four rivers: Danube, Criș, Mureș and Tisa.

Member regions[edit]

Originally established in 1997, the Danube–Criș–Mureș–Tisa euroregion consists of 8 member regions (formerly 9):

In 2004, the Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok County of Hungary has abandoned membership in this regional cooperation, thus after 2004, DKMT euroregion is composed of only 8 member regions.

Largest cities in DKMT[edit]

Map of largest cities in the DKMT Euroregion (within pre-2004 borders).

List of largest cities in DKMT (with population figures):

Country flag / City Population Metro
Romania Timișoara 319,279 359,443
Serbia Novi Sad 277,522 341,625
Hungary Szeged 168,048
Romania Arad 159,704
Hungary Kecskemét 111,411
Serbia Subotica 97,910
Serbia Zrenjanin 76,511
Serbia Pančevo 76,203
Romania Reșița 73,282
Hungary Szolnoka 72,953
Hungary Békéscsaba 62,050
Romania Deva 61,123
Romania Hunedoara 60,525
Serbia Sombor 47,623
Hungary Hódmezővásárhely 47,019
Serbia Kikinda 38,065
Serbia Sremska Mitrovica 37,751
Romania Lugoj 37,321
Hungary Baja 36 267
Serbia Vršac 35,701
Romania Petroșani 34,331
Serbia Ruma 30,076

a Szolnok has not been part of the DKMT euroregion since 2004.

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