Delegations of neighboring countries have come to Transcarpathia for working visit
Transcarpathia opens new horizons of cooperation with the Czech Republic. In 2013, Pardubice Region, located in the historical region of Bohemia and Moravia, in the northeast of the Czech Republic, joined this cooperation.
It began with the visit of representatives of Pardubice Region, including the Hetman of the region Martin Netolicky to Kolochava in spring 2013. While visiting a local secondary school, Pardubice colleagues decided to transfer through the ICF "Viza" 150,000 CZK to equip a modern classroom and to purchase four projectors with computer equipment. And they fulfilled the promise.
In September of that year, the delegation of Transcarpathia visited Pardubice. Then, the memorandum on the development of trilateral relations and cooperation between Pardubice Region of Czech Republic Presov self-governing land of the Slovak Republic and Transcarpathian region was signed in the city of Pardubice.
In 2014, the cooperation through the charitable foundation "Viza" continued. Pardubice Region participated in the joint investment project - reconstruction of the kindergarten №8 "Yalynka" in Khust.
Since on May 27 there will a solemn commissioning of the project, delegations of Pardubice Regiona headed by the Hetman Martin Netolicky and the deputy chairman of the Košice self-governing region of Slovakia Emil Dyurovchak have come to participate in it.
According to the visiting program, on May 26 the delegation laid flowers at the monument to the President of the Czechoslovak Republic Tomas Masaryk, after which they will be working according to their programs. Volodymyr Chubirko and Martin Netolicky participated in the event.
On May 27, there will be the meeting of the leadership of the region honorable delegations and solemn commissioning of the project of reconstruction of the kindergarten №8 in Khust
On May 28, the honorary guests will examine possible projects for cooperation in some districts of Transcarpathia
20 May 2018 21:09
8 May 2018 13:46