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Dec 04, 2017 15:36 EEST
December 4 (SeeNews) - Montenegro's prime minister Dusko Markovic has said foreign investors are interested in investing a total of $110 million (92.8 million euro) in the development of the country's two international airports, in Tivat and Podgorica.
The government has no plans of selling the airports but believes that their development is crucial for the growth of the tourism sector and the entire economy of the country, Markovic said during a news conference, according to a video file posted on the YouTube channel of the government on Friday.
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Foreign investors have shown serious interest towards Tivat and Podgorica airports and the government plans to make an analysis with the cooperation of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to define a model for their future development, Markovic said.
The government expects the two airports to handle record-high five million passengers combined after two or three years, he added.
Podgorica and Tivat airports serviced a total of 1.865 million passengers in 2016, an increase of 10.9% over the previous year.
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