Sustainable Development: EU and Seychelles sign a new financing agreement of 2.2 million euros

EU and Seychelles sign a new financing agreementThe Government of Seychelles receives 2.2 million euros from the European Union in support of the implementation of its sustainable development agenda. These funds will support the Government in formulating new projects and attracting new financing for development.

“Seychelles is certain to use the funds wisely, where it would make the greatest impact. We would further like to reassure the EU that the Seychelles will do its utmost, with vigorous efforts, to tap into other facilities currently put in place such as the 11th EDF Regional Programmes, which Seychelles hope to benefit from immensely” stated Minister Morgan, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Transport.

The Minister also thanked the European Union and expressed that Seychelles looks forward to deepening its cooperation with the EU.

Available at: http://africanbrains.net/2016/02/08/sustainable-development-eu-and-seychelles-sign-a-new-financing-agreement-of-2-2-million-euros/ 

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