In 2020, in Moldova were put into operation 5 sections of roads with a total length of 89.3 km, built with external loans.
This was reported by the State Administration of Highways, noting that at the beginning of October 2020, 44.2 km of the national road R1 were put into operation, which crosses Calarasi, the village of Bahmut and the commune of Sipoteni in the Calarasi region, as well as the settlements of Rassvet and Bucovat in Straseni district. The total construction cost exceeds 27 million euros. The money was allocated from the funds of the European Investment Bank. In mid-December 2020, 2 sections of the road from corridor 11 were commissioned. The total cost of the work exceeded 163 million lei. The money was allocated from funds provided by the World Bank. The first section of the corridor with a length of 8.9 km passes through the villages of Izbiste, Cruglici and Ohrincea in the Criuleni region. The second section, with a length of about 19 km, crosses the villages of Miclesti, Isnovet, Hirtopul Mare from the Criuleni region and the village of Peresecino in the Orhei region. At the end of December, after signing the acceptance documents, 2 sections of the road with a total length of 17.5 km were put into operation within Corridor 13. The first section connects the villages of Milesti, Balanesti, Padureni and the Seliste commune from the Nisporeni region, and the second section crosses the Seliste commune from the Nisporeni region. The project cost is more than 144 million lei, and it was also financed through a loan from the World Bank. // 14.01.2021 — InfoMarket.