Bulgaria's gov't mulls EUR 6.1 bln investment in infrastructure over 4 years

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Bulgaria's government is developing a program for investment in infrastructure works in the next four years, worth an estimated BGN 12 billion (EUR 6.1 billion), Finance Minister Assen Vassilev said, news portal SeeNews reported.

The investment program envisages the construction of four or five bridges to Romania over the Danube, three road tunnels under Stara Planina, the mountain range dividing Bulgaria's northern and southern parts, and the completion of construction works on the Struma and Cherno More motorways, Vassilev said on the website of local business news outlet Dnevnik.bg.

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