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Fourteen billion lei to be used to restore, reconstruct roads in Moldova

15:49 | 14.02.2020 Category: Economic

Chisinau, 14 February /MOLDPRES/- The overall value of the roads which the Economics and Infrastructure Ministry (MEI) is willing wants to restore has an estimated cost of 14 billion lei.   

Competent minister Anatol Usatii today unveiled the projects on the restoration and reconstruction of roads in Moldova. Tenders have been started for ten of these projects. It is about the roads Balti-Falesti, Morozeni, the Chisinau belt road, the segment 2 and 3, Causeni-Stefan Voda, Tudora, Palanca, Tvardita-Ceadar Lunga, Lozova, Delacau-Bulboaca, Sagaidacul Nou-Mihailovca, Mihailovca-Cimislia.   

The official stressed that, on the next weeks, tenders would be launched for another seven road segments: Criva-Balti, Floresti-Nicolaevca-Sangerei, the bypass roads of the Cimislia and Vulcanesti towns. Anatol Usatii said that financial support of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and other international financial and banking institutions had been found for these works. “The works for the restoration of the roads Soroca-Arionesti, Tantareni-Trifesti, Pojareni-Tipala, with an estimated cost of 840 million lei, will be carried out with the World Bank’s financial support,” Usatii noted.     

According to the minister, 640 km of road with an estimated value of 7.350 billion lei are under rehabilitation/construction. Projects on the restoration and construction of 460 km, with an estimated value of 6.600 billion lei, started in 2020.

The overall length of roads from Moldova is 10,000 km, of which 6,000 km represent national roads and 4,000 km are district roads.  

 

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