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May 19 (SeeNews) - Romania and Moldova have launched an 85.9 million euro ($92.9 million) programme to finance projects in support of the two countries’ border communities, Moldova’s finance ministry said.
Of the total budget for the joint programme, 77.3 million euro are non-refundable European funds, while the remaining 8.6 euro million constitute national contributions from the two countries, the finance ministry said in a press release on Thursday, following the launching ceremony that took place in Romania’s northeastern city of Iasi.
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The programme covers projects on the entire border territory of Moldova and in Romania’s border counties of Iasi, Vaslui, Botosani and Galati. In order to receive financing, eligible projects must have at least one partner from each member state.
The areas eligible for financing include health, education, tourism, culture, climate change, good governance and border management projects. The workforce active in these areas will benefit from joint training sessions and exchange best practices, while the local populations will have the opportunity to attend awareness campaigns for disaster prevention and readiness.
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