EIB ready to co-fund Slovenia’s post-crisis recovery

Ljubljana/Luxembourg – The European Investment Bank (EIB) is ready to help Slovenia financially after the Covid-19 crisis, EIB vice-president Lilyana Pavlova told the press on Friday. Finance Minister Andrej Šircelj stressed the importance of investment for post-epidemic recovery. The EIB has been active in Slovenia since 1977 and in this period it has allocated more than EUR 7 billion for various projects, Pavlova noted. In the last decade alone, it has invested over EUR 3.7 billion to support small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and infrastructural projects. Despite the coronavirus crisis,…

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