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18th Sep 2020

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Croatia receives EU earthquake relief funds

The European Commission said Croatia will get some €88.9m in aid to help recover from an earthquake that hit Zagreb and nearby areas in late March. "Croatia and its capital city have suffered one of the most severe natural disasters in more than a century, causing heavy damage and disruption," said Elisa Ferreira, EU commissioner for cohesion and reforms. The money is sourced from the EU Solidarity Fund.

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