Cross-border cooperation projects with Ukraine to boost tourism and more

The money will go towards investment in culture, cycling routes, and science.

(Source: mirri.gov.sk)

A new archaeological park and a repurposed old fire station: cross-border cooperation projects between the EU and Ukraine will receive financial aid.

Three million euros will be assigned to support culture, scientific cooperation in the field of environment, and the development of cycling routes.

"No region should be neglected, all of them should offer equal opportunities and experiences to its citizens," said Deputy Prime Minister Veronika Remišová about the cross border projects.

The financial support from the EU will go to Veľký Šariš and Liptovská Teplička, in order to further develop attractions regarding culture and tourism.

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