Cooperation in pictures: new photo galleries from EU projects in Ukraine


The ENPI Info Centre has published three new high-resolution photo galleries illustrating the work of EU-funded projects in Ukraine.
The projects highlighted are:
Support for Development of the Transport System
TWINNING Project in Aviation
TWINNING Project in Justice
TWINNING Project in Food Quality Standards

Energy Efficient Refurbishment of Buildings

Solar collectors in villages
Temporary facilities for Migrants
Local Development
High resolution photos can be downloaded and used free of charge for non-commercial purposes in contexts that illustrate the European Commission's cooperation work, provided the copyright, as identified in the caption information, is acknowledged.
For more galleries illustrating EU cooperation in Ukraine, click here.
For information about EU cooperation in Ukraine, visit the website of the EU Delegation in this country. (ENPI Info Centre)


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