Croatia signs EUR 22.1mn contracts on water supply projects.

By bne IntelliNews October 26, 2010
The regional development ministry signed contracts worth EUR 22.1mn for water management projects, news agency HINA reported. The projects envisage the construction of water supply and sewerage infrastructure and of wastewater treatment plants. The projects will be co-financed by the EU IPA pre-accession programme. The first project worth EUR 6.45mn will be implemented in Drnis, with IPA providing about EUR 4mn. The second project worth EUR 15.67mn will be carried out in Knin. IPA will support the project with EUR 8.78mn.

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