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Chr. Triantopoulos: New emergency funding to the Municipality of Skopelos for restorations from natural disasters

The decision of the Deputy Minister of Interior regarding the financing of the country's local authorities, amounting to approximately 18 million euros, was published on Wednesday, May 2022, 8, in the framework of the local government grant for the program of prevention and response to damages and disasters caused by natural disasters. This decision includes new funding of 150.000 euros in the Municipality of Almyros, 250.000 in the Municipality of Skopelos and 50.000 to DEYA Riga Fereou.

 

In this context, the Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister, Responsible for State Aid and Rehabilitation from Natural Disasters, Mr. Christos Triantopoulos stated in this regard: "In the context of close cooperation with the Mayors of Magnesia and the Deputy Minister of Interior, Mr. Stelios Petsas, the provision of financial support to the local government, especially to the Municipalities of Magnesia, for projects to prevent and deal with disasters. Regarding Magnesia, with the publication of the relevant decision of the Deputy Minister of Interior on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, it was decided, among other things, to finance Municipalities in the region with 450.000 euros. The distribution of this funding concerns:

  • The Municipality of Almyros with 150.000 euros for repairs of damage to the city from extreme weather events.
  • DEYA Riga Fereou with 50.000 euros for repairs and restorations in networks in Kanalia and Kerasia.
  • The Municipality of Skopelos with 250.000 for restorations on roads, infrastructure and networks of the island.

In a framework of cooperation, the process of emergency funding is proceeding to the Municipalities whose infrastructure and networks have been affected by extreme weather phenomena and natural disasters through subsequent phases of funding in the next period ".