EIB grants Serbia €500m for infrastructure projects
Published at: 2019-05-17 10:51 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Serbia has secured €500m from the European Investment Bank for infrastructure and other projects across the country. The money must be used by 2022, said Dubravka Negre, EIB’s director for Western Balkan countries. Nearly half of the funding will go toward the construction, modernization and reconstruction of four clinical centers in Nis, Belgrade, Novi Sad and Kragujevac. “These are some important and big projects for citizens of Serbia and for all people living in Serbia who use health care,” said Negre.
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