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Dec 02, 2022 18:10 EEST
December 2 (SeeNews) - Montenegro will receive 30 million euro ($31.5 million) from the European Union to tackle the ongoing energy crisis, the government said.
The government will receive the funds in January, it said in a press release on Friday.
"We insist that the funds must primarily aim to preserve social stability, and that they must be directed towards preserving the standards of the population and the liquidity of small and medium-sized enterprises," capital investments minister Ervin Ibrahimovic was quoted as saying.
The grant is part of a one billion euro support package from the EU to help its six partner states in the Western Balkans deal with the energy crisis.
($ = 0.9547 euro)
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