First EU 80 million in EU aid to arrive next week


Finance Minister Fatmir Besimi held a meeting on Friday with EU Ambassador to Macedonia David Geer during which they discussed that Macedonia is set to receive next week EUR 80 million out of the total EUR 160 million in macro financial assistance provided by the EU, to mitigate the effects of the coronacrisis.

Minister Besimi, the press release read, underlined at the meeting North Macedonia’s aspirations to join the EU and readiness to implement reforms in order to achieve this goal.

The EU, the Ministry of Finance said in a press release, will provide additional EUR 40 million, set to cover new zero-interest credit lines and support grants for small and medium-sized enterprises and the unemployed.


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