Greece and Bulgaria Start Counterflooding Project at Strymonas and Evros Rivers

Greece and Bulgaria Start Counterflooding Project at Strymonas and Evros Rivers

Greece and Bulgaria held their first meeting on Tuesday on the EU-funded program for the prevention of flooding at the river basins of Strymonas (including the artificial Lake Kerkini), Evros and Ardas, in the northern Greek city of Serres and the region named after it.
Strymonas is also known as Struma in Bulgaria. The Ardas is a tributary of Evros River, which runs along the East Thrace border between Greece and Turkey.
The upgrade of existing infrastructure and the construction of new one belong to the Interreg Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020 program, with a total budget of 11.5 million euros.
The meeting was attended by Macedonia regional director Apostolos Tzitzikostas and his counterparts from participating Bulgaria regions.
 
ANA-MPA

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