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Novi Pazar to receive donation by Luxembourg Gov't

11. February 2009. | 12:10

Source: Tanjug

The Luxembourg government will donate EUR 4.5 million to the town of Novi Pazar to solve the problems of fresh water supply

The Luxembourg government will donate EUR 4.5 million to the town of Novi Pazar to solve the problems of fresh water supply, Novi Pazar Mayor Mirsad Djerlek stated on Monday.

The money will be invested in the reconstruction of the water supply network, the mayor said in a written statement forwarded to media.

The Novi Pazar infrastructure was built for a town of 40,000 inhabitants, but the town now has a population of over 100,000. The project will be carried out over the next three years.


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