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1. The protection and sustainable management of the specific protected areas (Natura 2000)ecosystem in the cross border area. The deliverables will also contribute to the organization and preparation of
future risks and stresses and to the whole resilience culture of the local, regional, national and international systems

2. More effective collaboration between countries and associated bodies (through capacity building) in order to implement particular strategies and policies for environmental sustainable development
through a co-management mechanism. The specific mechanism and a new entity will be developed and matured

3. More business opportunities to the citizens of the 2 countries based on particular sustainable development strategies

4. Creation of awareness and knowledge to association bodies, citizens, young people, agriculturists and entrepreneurs regarding eco-friendly behavior and practices through targeted actions in order to
spread the information. Not only all the civil servants of the 4 partners will be trained but also all citizens of the 2 cities will be aware of the project activities

5. Improving living conditions of the rare species in the ecosystem through a) direct measures such as lake cleaning and upgrade the existing infrastructure b) acquisition of infrastructures, methods and
capabilities (cooperation of the associated bodies) c) Equipment acquisition for the permanent and constant control of natural and chemical elements regarding the lake cleaning

6. fulfillment of the commitments of the two countries under international conventions and agreements on protected areas and biodiversity (RAMSAR Convention, UNESCO Convention etc)
The expected results of the project will contribute to the improvement and enhancement of the lake protection, an ecosystem of 43km2, which is involved in the Natura 2000 protected areas and as a result
will contribute a lot to the program: Increased surface of areas of improved protection and conservation status