EU favors €100 million for the post-seismic tremor remaking in Albania
- July 20, 2020
- Posted by: Besarta Verbovci
- Category: Blog
The European Commission has received a €100 million bundle to help the recovery and remaking endeavors of Albania following the November 2019 tremor. This financing is a piece of the all-out European Commission vow of €115 million made at the Universal Givers’ Gathering Together for Albania, prior this year.
“With the reception of this €100 million money related bundle, the European Association is satisfying its promise to help Albania in the recreation endeavors following the seismic tremor, similarly as we are additionally supporting the nation to address the outcomes of the COVID-19 emergency. We have conveyed on our guarantee to remain by the residents of Albania and recharged our help to Albania and its European future.”Olivér Várhelyi
The recently received program will concentrate on the recovery and recreation of instruction offices, including furniture and gear, to permit youngsters and the adolescent to come back to class with better conditions and offices. It will expand on the works previously started under the current €15 million reproduction program financed by the European Commission. The new program will additionally fund the restoration of harmed social legacy destinations, including landmarks, historical centers, libraries, and archeological destinations, contributing thusly likewise to neighborhood monetary turn of events.
During the 17 February 2020 Together for Albania – Universal Contributors’ Meeting, the European Commission swore €115 million of help comprising of two parts:
An underlying measure of €15 million, reported as of now in December 2019, concentrating on recovery and reproduction of training offices. To permit the critical dispatch of the development activities, it is being executed through an understanding marked with the Assembled Countries Advancement Program (UNDP). It anticipates the restoration and remaking of 22 schools.
An extra €100 million which is designated through the recently embraced program, as published by European Commission