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Being at the heart of developments in the Mediterranean region since 2010, LDK Consultants has just been awarded one more important project for the area, the ‘Water and Environment Support in the ENI Southern Neighbourhood region (WES)’ project.

This 4-year project (2019-2023), with a budget of approximately  €8.000.000, has just been launched, aiming to assist the implementation of an integrated approach to pollution reduction and prevention in line with the Barcelona Convention and to contribute to a more efficient management of scarce water resources in the Neighbourhood South region.

The project will support Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, [Syria](1)  and Tunisia to implement regional priorities at a national level. The WES project will be building on the experience gained through one of the predecessor projects of the WES, the ‘Sustainable Water Integrated Management and Horizon 2020 Support Mechanism’ (SWIM-H2020 SM) project (2016-2019) and the Sustainable Water Integrated Management Support Mechanism (SWIM SM) project (2010-2015), that were also led by LDK Consultants.

Mr Stavros Damianidis, CEO of LDK Consultants and Project Director of WES Project has expressed his satisfaction and gratitude for LDK Consultants’ continuous presence in the region and as key advisor to the EC for more than 30 years.

The LDK Group is a trusted partner of international funders, investors and policy makers and is contributing with its blend of expertise in engineering and policy advice; its constant collaboration with the public and private sector is undoubtedly promoting the sustainability of the economy and environment worldwide.
The Group’s Environment sector constitutes one of the 6 major lines of service, along with Engineering & Project Management, Energy, Transport Infrastructure, Socioeconomic Development Consultancy and Information Dissemination.
LDK Consultants is a Group of 13 consulting and engineering companies with offices in Greece, Belgium, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Jordan, Kenya, Romania and Serbia.

 (1) Cooperation with Syria is temporarily suspended until further notice from the European Commission.

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