Makiyivska hromada: two years of steady changes in social sector

Makiyivska hromada: two years of steady changes in social sector

Journalists from the Chernihiv Oblast visited the Makiyivska amalgamated hromada. The press tour was organised by the Chernihiv Local Government Development Centre, established with the support of the U-LEAD with Europe Programme and MinRegion. The journalists spoke to Petro Baklan, head of the village of Makiyivka, visited the fire station, renovated club, educational complexes in the villages of Makiyivka and Pustotyne.

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