February 3 (SeeNews) - Serbian transport minister Goran Vesic said the government has approved a 102 million euro ($111.7 million) programme to subsidise citizens for the purchase of new motor vehicles with engines compliant with the Euro 6 emissions standard in order to reduce air pollution.
Citizens can apply for subsidies under the programme from January 1, 2024, Vesic said in a government press release on Thursday.
The programme will allow citizens to deregister vehicles that have Euro 1,2 or 3 engines and replace them with vehicles equipped with internal combustion engines produced after 2015.
The subsidy for the acquisition of passenger cars will amount to 2,100 euro. A subsidy of 2,500 euro will be provided for the purchase of trucks up to twelve tonnes while the purchase of buses will be subsidised with 2,900 euro.
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