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EC sends Slovakia EUR 193.6 mln to cope with refugee crisis

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The European Commission has sent additional advance payments from REACT-EU resources worth almost EUR 193.6 million to the accounts of the Slovak Finance Ministry, news agency TASR learnt from the ministry's press department.

The additional advance payments are intended for the member states most affected by the refugee crisis.

In particular, the commission sent EUR 107.7 million for the Operational Program Human Resources, EUR 66.3 million for the Integrated Regional Operational Programme and EUR 19.6 million for the Operational Program Effective Public Administration. 

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