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September 27 (SeeNews) - The government of Kosovo approved on Wednesday the allocation of an additional 6 million euro ($6.3 million) in financing for the expansion of a highway linking the capital Pristina to the North-eastern city of Podujeva.
The decision to increase the amount was necessitated by the ongoing construction dynamics and the need to complete the project on time, Finance Minister Hekuran Murati said in a video posted on the government’s social media channels.
In June, Kosovo's infrastructure ministry awarded contracts totalling 32.7 million euro to four consortia for the expansion of the national road. Road work picked up in July.
The project should be completed within 14 months from the contract signing, the ministry said at the time.
($ = 0.949 euro)
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