Bulgaria hopes to receive over EUR 2 B in EU funds in the 2014-2020 programming period and their absorption has already been planned and divided among infrastructure projects, according to Ivaylo Moskovski, Minister of Transport, Information Technology, and Communications.
In a Saturday interview for Darik radio, he said that over 60% of the investments in the sphere of infrastructure in Bulgaria came exclusively from EU funds.
Moskovski explained that EUR 700 M of the total would be spent on the completion of the Struma Highway section running through the Kresna Gorge, while another EUR 700 M would go to the section connecting the towns of Septemvri and Dragoman....
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