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Union funds directly to Kaposvar – Economy – News

Union funds directly to Kaposvar – Economy – News

“Kaposvár is so ambitious and brave that she has asked us: ‘Let’s see what kind of developments the people living here are thinking about. In terms of energy, the economy and the inclusion of cultural life in a kind of European circulation.’ For a year now. “The office will bring such invitations to the Somogy district headquarters, which indicate a large amount of EU funds from the tender package that were directly evaluated by Brussels.” – Summarize the essence of cooperation Managing Director of the Hungarian non-profit Development Office Kft., Petri Bernadette.

Mayor Karoly Szeta After signing the agreement, he said: “One goal is to bring as many development resources as possible to the region, and the other is to make economic actors in the city and the surrounding region more competitive at EU level. In addition, energy efficiency and climate protection are important priority areas. “

Petri Bernadette, Director General of the Hungarian non-profit Development Promotion Office Kft. Karoly Szeta, Mayor of Kaposvár

Competitiveness, development, climate, resources, union, energy, Kaposvar, economy

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