DW reported this with reference to the plan of the European Commission published on January 15.
"The European Commission together with the World Bank have developed a new Indicative trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) Investment Action Plan that identifies priority projects in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. Together, these almost 100 projects amount to an investment of almost €13 billion up to 2030 and foresee a total of 4800 kilometres of road and rail, 6 ports, and 11 logistics centres," the document reads.
“Enhanced transport connectivity both within the Eastern Partnership region, and between the Eastern Partnership region and the EU has the potential to bolster economic growth and create job opportunities,” EU Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc said.
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