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Csáky urges preparation of europrojects

Slovakia risks missing out on millions of euro of grants because grant applications are not yet being prepared, according to deputy speaker of parliament Pál Csáky.

The daily SME reports that Csáky is concerned that some ministries will not have suitable projects prepared in time, and that financial controls will not be in place. He is most concerned about the ministries of construction and regional development, agriculture, environment, and education.

Compiled by Conrad Toft from press reports.
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