Germany is offering to €20 million to a new, international fund to convert six single industry Ukrainian coal mining towns to new uses,
Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Germany is offering to €20 million to a new, international fund to convert six single industry Ukrainian coal mining towns to new uses,

Germany is offering to €20 million to a new, international fund to convert six single industry Ukrainian coal mining towns to new uses, Peter Altmaier, Germany’s minister for Economic Affairs and Energy, said last month after talks last month with Olha Buslavets, Ukraine’s minister for Energy and Environmental Protection. Choosing one town in the West and another in the East, planners believe Velykomostivska in Lviv has potential as a tourism center and a Donetsk mine known as “5/6” has potential as a technological cluster.

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