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30 September, 2022
 
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Deputy tourism ministry to subsidise beach revamp projects

The scheme, to run until November 2022, will offer subsidies for any project seeking to upgrade beaches in the Famagusta district

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The Cyprus deputy tourism ministry announced on Monday a subsidy scheme to encourage projects that will upgrade Cyprus beaches, in the framework of the implementation of the 2030 national strategy for tourism and efforts to upgrade the island’s tourism product.

A press release issued by the deputy tourism ministry said that the aim of the scheme is to provide financial support to municipalities and communities to implement projects and buy equipment with a view to aesthetically upgrade the beaches of Cyprus.

The scheme will be implemented from October 2020 to November 2022 and will target beaches in the government-controlled areas of Famagusta and more specifically in Paralimni, Ayia Napa and Sotira.

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