Slovenia to Obtain Ispa Funds for Purifying Plant

Slovenj Gradec, 30 March - A financial memorandum on a purifying plant to be built in Slovenj Gradec, northern Slovenia, was signed by Slovene Minister of European Affairs Igor Bavcar and the head of the European Commission delegation to Slovenia, Eric van der Linden, on Friday. The plant is to be co-financed by the EU through its environment and transport aid programme Ispa. Five Slovene projects were given the go-ahead by Ispa in 2000, while the purifying plant memorandum is the first signed in 2001.

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