The east Bohemian town of Hradec Králové saw the opening of a new facility on Monday which will streamline all information regarding application for European funds. The building in question was renovated at the cost of 20 million crowns. The Minister for Regional Development Karla Šlechtová confirmed that the building, called Evropský dům (European House) was the first facility of its kind in the Czech Republic. Regional governor Lubomír Franc said the facility would make it easier to navigate the application process.
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