The Czechs inspected what their money are spent on (PHOTOS)

21 September 2013 11:31  12346533 047275
The Czechs inspected what their money are spent on (PHOTOS)

On Friday, a delegation from the Czech Vysocina region visited Khust and Vynogradiv district, where they inspected the progress of the implemention of joint projects with Transcarpathia. The Czech guests were accompanied by the Regional Council Chairman Ivan Baloha, the director of the "Viza" Foundation Volodymyr Chubirko, the manager of the executive staff of the regional council Mykhailo Popovich, the press service of the regional council reported.

         In Khust district, the Czech partners participated in the opening of the renovated family medicine general practice ambulatory in the village of Lypovets.  

Afterwards, the delegation examined projects that may be implemented in the coming years. In particular, they visited the school the village of Danylovo.  The property was built forty years ago, and now there is a need to replace the windows and the heating system.  Also there is no kindergarten in the village. 

In Vynogradiv, the delegation from Vysocina visited the city's largest school - the school number 8, which was included to the list of joint projects with the Czech partners. The "Viza" Foundation allocated 150,000 UAH for replacement of windows in the school.

In Novoselytsya of Vynogradiv district, the participants of the delegation visited the kindergarten. Here they replaced windows at the expense of the Czech assistance and the regional budget. 

The Hetman of Vysocina praised the progress of implementation of joint projects with Transcarpathia and promised to expand this program.

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