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Nov 30, 2023 16:37 EEST
November 30 (SeeNews) - The government of Bosnia and Herzegovina's Federation said on Thursday it will allocate a total of 3.6 million marka ($2 million/1.8 million euro) to the international airports in Sarajevo, Mostar and Tuzla to improve their operations and enhance air traffic.
The airports in Mostar and Tuzla will receive 1.3 million marka each to implement projects for the improvement of air traffic, the Federation government said in a press release.
In addition, Sarajevo airport will be allocated 1 million marka for the procurement of a new system for the detection of explosives.
Bosnia comprises two autonomous entities, the Federation and the Serb Republic. The country has four international airports, with three of them located in the Federation and one in Banja Luka, the biggest city of the Serb Republic.
(1 euro = 1.95583 marka)
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