Hungary nature conservation projects win €13.6 mln in EU funding
Two Hungarian nature conservation projects have been allocated a combined €13.6 million in European Union funding as part of the EU's LIFE+ nature conservation program.
The European Commission on Friday approved financing for 202 new projects, supporting investments worth €516m in 27 member states, with the European Union contributing €268.4 million.
One of the two projects supported in Hungary is aimed to protect the flora and fauna of the Hortobágy region (E Hungary), and the other one is designed to preserve the habitats of the red-footed falcon in the Carpathian Basin.
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