90 million euro agreement between Kosovo and Germany: The aim is employment, energy and integration
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Kosovo and Germany have signed an agreement worth 90 million euros, as this aims to support for two years, where 20 million are in the form of grants.

"This new agreement marks a marked increase in the value of the support compared to the previous one for the period 2022/2023, which was worth 37 million euros, thus proving the deepening of cooperation between the two countries", the announcement states Ministry of Finance.

"These funds will be destined to support Kosovo's integration into the European Union and, among other things, focus on investments in the energy sector, namely the decarbonization process, guaranteeing sustainable economic development, providing training and employment, as well as supporting municipalities, especially in waste management and environmental protection".

The Minister of Finance, Labor and Transfers, Hekuran Murati, has emphasized the close cooperation with the German government, mentioning several important projects that have been implemented in the framework of this cooperation, such as the project for the construction of the solar heating plant and the rehabilitation of waste water in Pristina. waste management throughout Kosovo as well as the establishment of the Innovation and Training Park (ITP) in Prizren.

The German ambassador, Jorn Rohde, on the other hand, has mentioned the German-Kosovar cooperation, saying that as a result it has contributed to a better standard of living for all citizens, promoting economic growth and regular employment.

According to Ambassador Rohde, the next projects which will be implemented through the funds committed today, will strengthen the economic independence of women and will promote the green and innovative economic development of Kosovo.

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