With 2.5 Billion Euros Investments Greece Contributed to Opening 70,000 Jobs in Bulgaria
Wednesday, 29 July 2015
Greece is a country that finances the acquisition of medical equipment worth 2,032,943.36 euros for three oncological hospitals in the Bulgarian towns of Kardzhali, Vratsa and Smolyan, the press office of the Greek Embassy to Bulgaria announced.
Greece is the country that within the Greek plan for economic recovery of the Balkans provided 11,013,181.40 euros for private investments in the production sector and small projects.
It is the country, which through investments worth 2.5 billion euros contributed to the opening of more than 70,000 jobs in Bulgaria, as well as the country that firmly and fairly backed Bulgaria’s accession in the EU.
Greece helped Sofia Municipality providing 65,000 US dollars under the Beautiful Sofia programme of UNDP.
Greece is also the country that donated 27,000 US dollars to the Bulgarian Municipality of Plovdiv for the improvement of the image of the city and the erection of a monument, as well a country with 2,500 students in Bulgarian universities.
Greece also built part of Bulgaria’s super-modern Trakiya motorway.