Germany should contribute half of the total amount, and V4 countries will share the other half evenly
The Visegrad Group (V4) countries of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland are donating funds for a joint project with Germany to control illegal migration from Morocco.
As part of two donations, Czechia should provide almost 100 million korunas for a joint migration project. The V4 countries and Germany agreed on a joint initiative to help Morocco as a transit country in illegal migration at a summit in Bratislava last February. In total, they should put €30 million (795 million korunas) into it, according to Eurospravy.cz.
Germany should contribute half of the amount, the V4 countries will share the other half evenly.
"The financial contribution for the Czech Republic is €3.75 million (approximately 99.5 million korunas). The joint migration project is divided into two components focusing on supporting development and border protection," states the material which will be discussed by the Czech government. Each of the donations is earmarked for one of these areas, both for the same amount of €1.875 million.
The first donation from the budget of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs should go to the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) and focus on the development part of the project.