Montenegro earmarks €1.15m for infrastructure projects

Montenegro earmarks €1.15m for infrastructure projects

Published at: 2019-07-19 09:31 | Author: CIJ Serbia
The Montenegrin government will provide €1.15m for projects planned in the Mojkovac, Gusinje and Kolasin municipalities. The funding will go toward the development of various sports and recreational facilities along the promenade in Mojkovac. The contractor is Temko. Costs are estimated at €154,000. Eurozoks, meanwhile, will continue working on a 763 sqm city market in Gusinje. The investment is worth nearly €480,000. Eurozoks is also working on the second phase of the Kolasin 1450- Kolasin 1600 roadway reconstruction. This phase includes the construction of supporting walls along the 80-meter roadway. The value of this project is close to €500,000.

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