8 was held yesterday in the City Administration Building. session of the Economic and Social Council on the use of funds from the European Funds in the period since Croatia joins the European Union 1. July 2013, to 30. August 2018.

In a press release after the Deputy Mayor Olivera Majić deputy prime minister and deputy chairman of the GSV, he pointed out that the head of the City Office for Programs and Projects of the European Union Mirjana Zubak reported members of the Council on Funding Data from the European Funds for various programs and projects in which The city is participating.

Since joining Croatia in the European Union, the City of Zagreb used about 700 million from the European Structural and Investment Funds and these funds were used for projects such as the Zoological Gardens, Inclusive Education Grant or the Master Plan for Traffic Settlement in Zagreb, is a deputy mayor and added that significant funds have been realized within the ITU mechanism (integrated territorial investment mechanism) and the European Social Fund. Since the City of Zagreb is the most developed county in the Republic of Croatia, we have certain constraints that we strive to overcome with each new competition. Currently, projects in the field of health, education, transport and infrastructure are being prepared, and the City has, over the past five years, joined the 118 projects, which are, at least partly, funded from EU funds. (downloaded from wwww.zagreb.hr)