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Spain to allocate $12.85 billion to mitigate drought effects

  • Spain to allocate $12.85 billion to mitigate drought effects
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Spain is set to dedicate more than 12 billion euros ($12.85 billion) to mitigate the effects of the ongoing drought that has gripped the nation, as announced by Environment Minister Teresa Ribera during a Tuesday press conference, reports Reuters.

Ribera emphasized the need for ongoing investment and structural solutions, stating, "We require sustained investment and structural solutions."

These funds will primarily be directed towards initiatives such as water recycling, the construction of desalination facilities, and enhancements to the water infrastructure, she further elaborated.

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