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Development of secondary border crossing points on the eastern, northern and western borders of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County

New border crossing points were needed on the eastern border of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County with Slovakia. New borders created after World War I separatedthe formerly closely related settlements resulting in the emergence of isolated,peripheric villages on both sides of the border. After both countries joined the EuropeanUnion and the border between them became an internal border of the EU, there wasopportunity to create new, crossborder regions by the development of a commoninfrastructure and social network in order to halt or even reverse underdevelopment onboth sides. The funding was granted to finance the planning of these border crossingpoints. The planned secondary border crossing points will have a regional importancepromoting the improvement of social and economic networks as well as the tourismpotential of these handicapped regions both on the Hungarian and the Slovakian sideof the border. The funding has been used to finance the preparation of five designdocumentations that have already been revised and approved of by the relevantauthorities. Achievements: Please refer to the 'Description' field, which also includes the achievements of this project.
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