EU Commission Grants 1.6 Billion Euros to Bulgaria for Transport

EU Commission Grants 1.6 Billion Euros to Bulgaria for Transport

Bulgaria receives 1.6 billion euros from the European Union (EU) for the improvement of transport connections.
The European Commission approved the sum of 1.9 billion euros under Operational Programme Transport for the 2014-2020 period, from which Bulgaria has to contribute 300 million euros.
The programme is aimed at development of the Trans-European Transport Network and making transport in Bulgaria safer and more sustainable, private bTV station reports.
It foresees the construction of both railway and road infrastructure – new and modernised railways with a total length of 190 kilometres and a 62-kilometre long motorway.
Most of the funds are projected for the completion of Struma motorway, which is of key importance for the connection between Sofia and Thessaloniki, which is vital part of the Pan-European Germany-Greece corridor.

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