New beaches against coastal erosion in Romania, with EU funds

New beaches against coastal erosion in Romania, with EU funds
The Romanian minister of waters and forests, Ioan Danes spoke to Agerpres national news agency saying that about 2.5 million sqm of new beaches will welcome both Romanians and tourists in coastal areas of the country by 2020.

In particular, the minister was referring to the Black Sea coast explaining that the plan was perceived in order to "respond" to the coastal erosion in a practical way.

The project is said to cost 752 million euros with the greater part of the funds coming from the European Union. Danes told Agerpres "he expects the financing contracts to be signed in December 2018. The project will be implemented in two stages starting January 2019 and September 2019" as cited by romania-insider.com.

"After finalizing this project, we will have 100 kilometers of sand highway, which tourists will be able to use", minister Danes stated.... / IBNA

Main Photo (File): Mamaia beach, Constant, Romania

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