Israel-Hamas war, CAV budgets for 2024 and the new OMA forest


Summary of the most important news that will publish today.

These are the topics that monopolize it main headlines from next Friday October 27:

War between Israel and Hamas: Israeli bombings have killed more than 7,000 Palestinians in both Gaza and the West Bank in 20 days, including nearly 3,000 children. The heads of government of the Twenty-seven EU countries agreed this Thursday to ask Israel and Hamas for ‘humanitarian corridors and breaks’ to guarantee aid to civilians in the Gaza Strip, as well as to hold a peace conference ‘soon’. .

CAV budgets for 2024: This Friday the 2024 budget project will be registered in the Basque Parliament. The Basque government has approved a budget project of 15 million euros, 5.4% higher than last year’s budget. After the appearances of the councilors that will take place from November 6 to 8, the round of negotiations will begin to reach possible alliances with EH Bildu, Elkarrekin Podemos-IU and PP-Cs. The draft budget is expected to be approved on December 22.

The OMA forest: This Friday the new Bosque de Oma, by Agustín Ibarrola, will be opened. Since June 2022, the conditioning works at the Ibarrola site in a new forest have been carried out in two phases; The first phase was carried out in 2022 with 14 groups of trees, and in 2023 the second phase with the remaining 19 groups. In this way they have formed a work of 33 groups of trees, fewer than in the original (where there were 47), but with a greater number of trees.

Source: EITB


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