Since the political changes in 1989, greater attention has been paid to the environmental policy of the Czech Republic. The top priority of the Czech foreign policy is to join the European Union. A lot of steps within a pre-accession process have to be done. Firstly, a legislation process of harmonization must be accelerated in order to include EU standards. Secondly, the government must provide the state administration with finances. Thirdly, it is important to establish control procedures and penalties in case of law violations. In order to achieve the above-mentioned requirements for water management, huge investment to the infrastructure and water sector itself will be needed. Political goals of the Czech Republic and new sources for investment, e.g. ISPA funds, influence also positively the water sector in Prague.
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