EU disburses EUR 90 mln to Albania under COVID-19 MFA

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Albania's capital Tirana.

The European Commission announced it has disbursed EUR 90 million in macro-financial assistance (MFA) to Albania intended to mitigate the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is the second and last tranche of MFA disbursed to Albania following the country's fulfillment of policy conditions agreed with the EU under the MFA program, including measures to strengthen public finance and the resilience of the financial sector, improve governance and fight corruption and enhance social protection, the commission said in a statement on Friday.

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