New cooperation on waste prevention & circular economy

On 5th December 2019, Germany hands over a commitment letter valued more that 4 million euro for new regional project on waste prevention & circular economy to protect seas & corals funded by Ministry of Cooperation and Economy Germany.
This raises volume of German Development Cooperation with ASEAN to more that 179 million euro since 2006.
 



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