The World Bank to consult Bulgaria on water, energy, EU structural funds, News
Bulgaria’s regional development minister Liliana Pavlova and the permanent representative of the World Bank for Bulgaria Tony Thompson signed an agreement for consultancies in the water sector.
The Bulgarian government and the World Bank discussed Tuesday in Sofia the new framework of their partnership for the 2014 – 2020 period. The highlights will be cooperation for financial stability, energy sector reform and management of the investments through EU structural funds, a press release by the Bulgarian Council of Ministers read.
Bulgaria’s regional development minister Liliana Pavlova and the permanent representative of the World Bank for Bulgaria Tony Thompson signed an agreement for consultancies in the water sector. The World Bank will be thus assisting Bulgaria with water sector efficiency improvement and expansion of the regulatory capacity. The cost of the deal is BGN 3 million (about EUR 1.5 m) and it will cover a period of 28 months.
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