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By the end of the week, Bulgaria's Regional Development Minister Desislava Terzieva will announce a special program for repairing around 700 km of second-class and third-class roads in poor condition. Speaking on Tuesday at a business forum on construction and EU funds in the next programming period (2014-2020), Stefan Chaikov, Chair of the Managing Board of the Road Infrastructure Agency, made clear that the repair works would cost around BGN 200 mln., novinite.com wrote.
Mr. Chaikov, as cited by the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency, explained that a total of around EUR 170 mln. would be made available under the new program "Regions in Growth 2014-2020" for repairs of first-, second-, and third-class roads connected to trans-European corridors. Invest in Bulgaria
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