Republic of Montenegro
The project would contribute to repairing and reconstructing the major damage to the public infrastructure (roads, bridges, water supply, hydraulic infrastructure, etc.) caused by the exceptional rainfall and flooding of November and December 2010.
Re-establish the conditions for economic growth and sustainable development, prevent similar disasters by addressing key risks as well as supporting social cohesion and job creation.
As an official candidate country for membership to the European Union, the promoter is required to implement all the schemes in compliance with relevant EU environmental and social legislation and principles.
Procurement procedures will be consistent with the Bank’s Guidelines to Procurement.
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