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EIB Global delegation, headed by Acting Managing Director Markus Berndt, visited Montenegro and signed 50 million Euros climate credit line with IDF for Montenegrin SMEs, the second since 2021.

A delegation from EIB Global and the Government of Montenegro discussed new projects and cooperation on the country’s social and economic development.

EIB Global Acting Managing Director Markus Berndt said: “This visit was an excellent opportunity to assure the Government that we plan to remain a strategic partner of Montenegro. We want to extend our financial and technical support to ensure Montenegro can recover from COVID-19 faster, continue with its social and economic development and accelerate its EU accession. Our new development branch, EIB Global, will allow us to expand this support further.”

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