Bosnia secures €14m for wastewater treatment Gradiska

Bosnia secures €14m for wastewater treatment Gradiska

Published at: 2019-07-25 10:15 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Bosnia’s Council of Ministers approved a €14m agreement with the German Development Bank to finance a project that will collect and treat wastewater in Gradiska, northwestern Bosnia. Germany’s development bank will implement the grant that was provided through the Swiss Development Agency SECO. The loan repayment period is 15 years, including a three-year grace period. The funds will be allocated to the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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