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Serbia

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We have lent more than €6 billion to Serbia since 2000. The principal focus has been on transport to provide better links for the country and the region.

We are supporting transport infrastructure in Serbia. In 2019 alone we lent €140 million for the new highway linking Niš and Merdare, also known as Highway of Peace. This project represents a concrete step towards regional cooperation and reconciliation in the region.




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