Winning projects in fields of tourism and biodiversity
BELGRADE - Danube Competence Center (DCC) representatives presented on Friday the winning projects in a competition titled "Tourism and Biodiversity" aimed at making the best use of the biodiversity potential in the tourist offer of the Middle and Lower Danube River basin.
German Ambassador to Serbia Heinz Wilhelm said on Friday that, as part of the competition, six projects will be carried out in the fields of tourism and biodiversity, stressing that Germany invested EUR 100,000 in them.
He noted that two projects will be set up in Serbia, two in Romania, one in Bulgaria and one in Moldova and Ukraine.
One of the projects in Serbia will be realized at Djerdap, and provide feeders for birds and other animals, while the other is dedicated to various forms of kayak eco-tours along rivers in Serbia.
In March 2014, the DCC called for project proposals that are aimed at making the best use of the biodiversity potential in the tourist offer of the Middle and Lower Danube River basin.
With the support of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the German organization for international cooperation (GIZ) secured EUR 100,000 for members of the DCC and its partners.
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