Source: Beta | Friday, 19.05.2017.| 10:43
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European Investment Bank invests EUR 4.5 billion in Serbia in 15 years

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The European Investment Bank (EIB) has invested EUR 4.5 billion in Serbia in the past 15 years, Dubravka Negre, Head of EIB Regional Representation for the Western Balkans, stated on Thursday, May 18.

She said that the EIB had invested EUR 9 billion in the countries of the Western Balkans, of which half in Serbia.

Negre pointed out that the funds had been invested with the ambition to do more and to secure economic growth and employment through investments in infrastructure and economy.

– All the countries of the region, including Serbia, have the strategic goal of joining the EU and the EIB is ready to support them on their path to European integration by providing the funds necessary for increasing the productiveness and employment and stimulating the economic growth, so as to secure better living conditions for everyone in the area – Negre said.

She added that the institution had been formed as a financial fulcrum of the EU in order to secure an even and equal development of all members. She added that the EIB operated in 150 non-member countries as well.

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