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May 31, 2023 12:34 EEST
May 31 (SeeNews) - The World Bank said it will provide a 46.1 million euro ($49.2 million) loan to Bosnia and Herzegovina for a project to improve air quality in the Federation entity.
The project aims to strengthen the air quality management mechanisms and institutions in the Tuzla, Zenica-Doboj, Herzegovina-Neretva, and Sarajevo cantons of the Federation, the World Bank said in a press release on Tuesday.
The funding will also back direct investments in domestic heating and transport activities to help achieve a lifetime reduction of 19,000 tons of local PM2.5 emissions, the global lender said.
The Federation is one of two autonomous entities forming Bosnia and Herzegovina. The other one is the Serb Republic.
($ = 0.937627 euro)
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