Mamaia, Agigea, Eforie, Costinesti, Olimp, Neptun, Mangalia, 2 Mai seaside resorts, alongside other areas will benefit from works to reduce the coastal erosion, based on a project worth 3.4 billion lei, approved on Monday by the Government, a press release of the Executive informs.
It's about a project in which all the technical and economic indicators were approved for this investment objective, that is due to be finished in 36 months, in two steps.
"In the first stage, that is worth over 1 billion lei, works will be done at Stavilare (Edighiol, Periboina), Mamaia, Tomis, Agigea and Eforie. In the second stage works will be done in Costinesti, Olimp, Jupiter-Neptun, the Mangalia-Venus-Aurora pool, Mangalia-Saturn and 2 Mai," the Government release adds.
The quoted source mentions that the financing for the first stage of the project will be provided by the Cohesion Fund through the Large Infrastructure Operational Programme 2014-2020, from the state budget, but also from other legal sources. Legal funding sources are to be identified for the second stage of the project.
"Through the implementation of the project, the Black Sea coastline will be protected (...) from the coastal erosion effects, due to the development of a specialized working program that takes into account the rehabilitation and the protection of the shoreline, the adjacent fields and the land and sea ecosystems. Also, the economic infrastructure and social objectives endangered by the marine erosion processes will be protected. Moreover, an integrated program for monitoring the coastal area will be implemented, in order to support the operations and the maintenance works, on medium and long (30 years) term," the release points out, according to Agerpres.