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March 9, 2021

Minister-delegate Nica: EU funding worth 3.1 bln euro up for grabs for public and private applicants

Minister-delegate for European Funds Marius Nica announced on Wednesday that 3.1 bln euro worth of European funding are up for grabs for public and private applicants over January, February and March, mainly for health services.

“Today we published on the site the funding figures available for public and private applicants in January, February and March. There are 3.1 bln euro up for grabs to be directed mainly to health care services for the revamping, upgrading and equipping of outpatient facilities, investments in R & D infrastructure, communications and the use of new technologies, investments in urban regeneration – both small and big cities – in a nationwide call for projects to finance social services, the rehabilitation of playgrounds, abandoned buildings, pedestrian areas, parking zones, as well as quality social services, and for downsizing, under the ‘Human Capital’ Operational Program, the number of people at risk of social exclusion,” Nica said at the beginning of the government meeting.

He mentioned that this goal is part of the government’s strategy providing for the 23 billion euro to be spent by 2023 being fully put up for grabs this year.

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