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Tisza Inception Report

The Tisza River is the largest tributary of the Danube River Basin and includes part of the territory of Ukraine, Slovak Republic, Hungary, Romania and Republic of Serbia. Over the last 150 years the basin has been subject to significant anthropogenic impacts that have resulted in a significantly degraded system, particularly in terms of pollution and the loss of floodplains and wetlands.

2617: Establishment of a Basin Management Framework for the Integrated Management for the Tisza Transboundary River Basin

28 May 2010

Tisza Inception Report.pdf