Egypt: 120 Million Euros From EU to Face Challenges of Water
23 December 2012
The EU initiative for water Mediterranean reign gave a grant of 120 million Euros to Egypt to help in facing the challenges of the growing shortage of water resources and the negative effects of climate variables.
The EU ambassador asserted in opening of an international seminar yesterday organized by the Centre CEDARE for Environment and Development Arab and Europe Region that the initiative contributes to the activation of the dialogues between the parties involved in the water basins in Mediterranean and the Arab region to maximize the benefits of limited water resources through The scientific program developed by the European Union and the Arabs.
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