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Nov 02, 2023 17:03 EEST
November 2 (SeeNews) - The European Commission said that it has signed three grant agreements worth a total 45 million euro ($47.9 million) to improve road links between Romania and Moldova.
The funds will support the modernisation of three road border crossing points, which are part of the trans-European transport network (TEN-T), the Commission said in a press release last week.
On the Romanian side, some 18 km of road will be modernised to improve customs services at the Ungheni border crossing. At the Albita-Leuseni border crossing, infrastructure will be optimised so as to improve traffic flow management.
Ultimately, at the Giurgiulesti crossing point, parking facilities will be extended and customs control equipment will be acquired.
"Swift implementation is important as the projects will bring EU candidate country Moldova even closer to the EU, giving its citizens and businesses easier and faster access to our internal market," said transport commissiober Adina Valean.
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