Resources for the "Improvement and application of water and sewage for the city of Granada” will be provided by the German government, as was confirmed by the German Embassador in Nicaragua, Betina Kern.
Germany is fourth in the list of donor countries to Nicaragua, having contributed $500 million since 1990. Currently, the German government is making projects for sustainable development and environmental care a priority.
José Adán Silva, in his article in Elnuevodiario.com.ni, indicated the current state of Lake Cocibolca (Lake Nicaragua): "Although the lake water is not entirely contaminated like in lake Xolotlán, there is a risk of "eutrophication", or nutrient enrichment in the water caused by an increase of plants and other organisms that rot once they die and consume the oxygen in the water, causing odor and loss of the ecosystem, according to studies by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, MARENA."
Germany is changing its ambassador to Nicaragua, but friendly relations and cooperations between the two nations will continue.
The German Embassy has issued a statement saying that Nicaragua is an important partner for Germany and continuing cooperation is a priority.
"Germany wants to continue supporting the people of Nicaragua in their battle against poverty and for the development of democratic structures," the mission statement said.
An announcement has been made for investments in treatment plants for solid waste and wastewater.
According to an article in Prensalibre.com "The Authority for the Sustainable Management of Lake Atitlan and its Environment (AMSCLAE) reported that it will invest $1.4 million next year to build treatment plants for solid waste and wastewater to counteract contamination. "
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