The European Union donated 70 million euros for the construction of a water treatment plant in Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia.
The treatment plant to be built in Skopje with a grant of 70 million euros from the European Union will make it possible to obtain the highest quality purified water according to European standards and save up to 70% from leakage.
The grant agreement was signed today by Finance Minister Fatmir Pesimi, EIB Vice President for the Western Balkans Liliana Pavlova and Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning Kaya Šukova, in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs Bojan Maricic and European Ambassador David Gere.
The project, which will provide better living conditions for 540,000 people with the respective treatment plant, is the largest in our environmental sector so far.
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