World Bank offers Bosnia 20 million dollars to tackle coronavirus

World Bank offers Bosnia 20 million dollars to tackle coronavirus

World Bank offers Bosnia 20 million dollars to tackle coronavirus Izvor: AFP

The World Bank is ready to financially support Bosnia and Herzegovina with 20 million dollars towards the prevention and discovering of the coronavirus as well as the recovery from potential consequences, Bosnia's prime minister Zoran Tegeltija said on Wednesday.

Tegeltija, officially the Chairman of the Council of Ministers, informed the prime ministers of Bosnia's two semi-autonomous regions about the World Bank's offer.

The amount would be used to enhance the healthcare system and its role in monitoring the development of the disease as the purchase of necessary equipment, construction of health facilities and similar purposes.

The prime minister thanked the World Bank for showing the intention to provide support and assistance in this situation, said a statement issued by the Council of Ministers.

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