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Haiti - Europe : 45.3M for the construction of section RN3 - Hinche / Saint-Raphaël
21/04/2017 09:43:45

Haiti - Europe : 45.3M for the construction of section RN3 - Hinche / Saint-Raphaël
Thursday at the National Palace, Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant and European Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development Neven Mimica initialed an agreement worth 45.3 million Euros for the construction of the section of the road Nationale No 3 (RN3) connecting Hinche and Saint Raphaël. The RN3 starts from Croix-des-Bouquets, then goes to Hinche, arriving at Cap-Haïtien via Saint-Raphaël.

The works, whose laying of the foundation stone will take place by next May, will last 2 years and will be executed jointly by the Haitian firm Vorbe et Fils and the French firm Razel BEC.

On the sidelines of this signing, the Head of Government welcomed the European Union's aid, in particular for the mobilization of additional funds of 35 million Euros following Hurricane Matthew, as well as the disbursement of 14.5 million Euros in the form of budgetary support for the consolidation of the Haitian State.

Neven Mimica said that the allocation of these funds was evidence of the confidence of the European Union in the Haitian Government and its determination to help it, in particular in institutional strengthening, economic and educational governance and improving transport .

HL/ HaitiLibre

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