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GOVT OFFICIAL INAUGURATES CHILDREN'S CENTRE IN NE SLOVENIA

 

Árpád János Potápi, the state secretary in charge of policies for Hungarian communities abroad, inaugurated a children’s preschool development centre built with Hungarian government support in Radamos, in north-eastern Slovenia, on Tuesday. The centre has been built with the aim to provide help to preschool children in need with their development, Potápi told public media in the town. The facility will provide care for children, Hungarian and Slovenian, coming also from Lendava (Lendva) and other towns and villages in Slovenia’s Prekmurje (Muravidék) region, he said. The centre cost 276 million forints (EUR 660,000) to build within the framework of the Carpathian Basin nursery development scheme, the state secretary said.