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Province of Teruel, Spain

Provincial Government of Teruel (PGT) is the main actor responsible for carrying out a policy of development on the territory it represents: The province of Teruel is an area of 14.809 km2, composed by 236 municipalities. It elaborates and implements policies for the sustainable management and development of the territory.

The PGT is the lead partner of the MOG project. They are in charge of the overall management and coordination of the project, of the administrative tasks and of the financial management. The PGT also coordinates the exchange of experiences (organized within the third component of the project).

Website: http://www.dpteruel.es

Address:
Diputación Provincial de Teruel
Plaza San Juan, 7
44071 Teruel

Contact person: Laura Gascón Herrero (mog@dpteruel.es)

 

 

 

 

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