At the Transcarpathian Regional Administration, they talked about cross-border cooperation with Romania

RSA Press centre  2 June 2014 10:10  5470970 071825
At the Transcarpathian Regional Administration, they talked about cross-border cooperation

On Friday, May 30, at the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration, there was the meeting of the deputy head of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration Mykhailo Rivis and the Consul General of Romania to Chernivtsi Eleanora Moldovan, where they discussed the cooperation between Transcarpathian region and Romania. The meeting was also attended by the director of housing and communal services, construction and infrastructure department Victor Lukecha and other distinguished guests.


According to Mykhailo Rivis, a particularly relevant issue in the context of strengthening the cross-border ties is the construction of the checkpoint in the village of Yablunivka on the border with Romania. They also discussed the project of the construction of vehicle bridge that will connect the city of Sighet (Romania) and the village of Bila Tserkva in Rakhiv district, Transcarpathian region.
During the meeting, the Transcarpathian party presented the project "Integrated relations of Transcarpathia and Romania." According to Victor Lukecha, the project will allow to cooperate in important areas for both parties, namely:
- The development of municipal infrastructure - environmental protection of the region;
- Preservation of historical and cultural heritage;
- Introduction of tourism ties between the border areas;
- Cross-border cooperation in the prevention of emergencies;
- Improving the safety and development of cross-border infrastructure.
In turn, the Romanian party assured of it's willingness to implement joint projects, including the project "Romania-Ukraine in 2014-2020"

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