Albania to get EUR 81mn EU funding to support key reforms.

By bne IntelliNews November 13, 2012
The European Union has committed to invest EUR 81mn in Albania to support the countrys reform efforts on its path towards the EU, the European Commission said in a statement. The funds will be used to address key priorities such as the reform of the judiciary, fight against organised crime, the reform of the public administration system as well improve the countrys transport infrastructure, modernise water and sanitation systems and set up a range of services for social inclusiveness, the EC said. The funding is part of the 2012 programme for Albania of the EU's Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA). The Albanian government will co-finance the projects with EUR 15mn.

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