EIB co-finance constructor of cross-border bridge on Sava river in Bosnia

EIB co-finance constructor of cross-border bridge on Sava river in Bosnia

Published at: 2018-03-16 09:09 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Bosnia and Herzegovina has received a grant from European Investment Bank to co-finance construction of a bridge leading connecting it to Croatia at the border town of Gradiska. The €6.8m grant will go towards construction of a key piece of the highway from Banja Luka that will provide access to the E70 highway as part of the European-wide TEN-T transport network. The goal is to help improve connections between the Western Balkans and European Union. The bridge is expected to promote trade and economic growth. The EIB is also supporting the completion of a highway between Banja Luka and Doboj with a €47m loan.

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