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A press conference on the Integrated Project “Integrated Project “Bulgarian Municipalities Working Together to Improve Air Quality”, financed by the Program LIFE of the European Union was held on 20.03.2019 (Wednesday) in the Conference room of Montana municipality.

The press conference was opened by Diman Georgiev – Deputy Mayor of Montana municipality and was attended by Mr. Zlatko Zhivkov – Mayor of Montana municipality, Marius Konov – Secretary of Montana municipality, member of the Local project management unit and representatives of the media.

Diman Georgiev presented the main aspects of the Integrated project. The budget of Montana municipality for the Project is EUR 892 637 and it is expected to encompass 530 households on the territory of the municipal center.

The Mayor of Montana municipality Mr. Zhivkov stated at as of 08.04.2019 the administration will issue applications for intent, in which each candidate may specify their intention to replace their heating devices with more ecological ones, while the application process will be carried out at a later stage following specification of the criteria.

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