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Deputy Minister Wojnarowski: Almost EUR 82 million for projects for the Polish-Ukrainian border

Poland
Ukraine
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 20, 2024

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Nearly EUR 82 million in funding has been allocated to local governments and NGOs along the Polish-Ukrainian border for environmental improvement projects, as announced by Deputy Minister Konrad Wojnarowski. This funding is part of the EU Interreg NEXT Poland-Ukraine program, which aims to support 44 projects focusing on climate change mitigation, natural disaster prevention, water quality, sustainable water management, biodiversity protection, and pollution reduction out of 132 applications. With a total budget of EUR 235.9 million, the program seeks to enhance security and environmental quality in the border regions of Poland and Ukraine.
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Local governments and non-governmental organizations will receive almost EUR 82 million for projects that will improve the quality of the environment on the Polish-Ukrainian border, Konrad Wojnarowski, Deputy Minister of Funds and Regional Policy, announced in Krosno on Friday. Out of 132 applications, 44 will receive funding. The Monitoring Committee of the EU Interreg NEXT Poland-Ukraine program decided who would receive the subsidies. The call for applications began in the middle of last year. On Friday, Konrad Wojnarowski, Deputy Minister of Funds and Regional Policy, announced the results of the competition during a press conference. “Almost EUR 82 million will go to the Polish-Ukrainian border. This money will support local governments, rescue services, universities and non-governmental organizations so that they can take even greater care of security in the border regions of Poland and Ukraine. They will also help improve the quality of the environment in this area," ...
Source: AgroPolska
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