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Slovenia Gets EUR 30m in EU Funds for Emergency Units

Ljubljana, 6 May - The European Commission has granted Slovenia EUR 30m in EU cohesion funds for setting up a network of ten regional emergency units around to country, Health Minister Dorjan Marusic said on Friday. The government will provide an additional EUR 5m for the project from the budget.

Ljubljana
Health Minister Dorjan Marusic presents the plan to set up a network of regional emergency centres around Slovenia, which has been granted EUR 30m in EU cohesion funds.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Tadej Stular, the head of the Health Ministry's investment sector, presents the plan to set up a network of regional emergency centres around Slovenia, which has been granted EUR 30m in EU cohesion funds.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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