EU: Brussels funds Montenegro dairy reforms
The European Agency for Reconstruction, the EU institution which channels funds to former war-zones in the Balkans, is spending €2.3m (US$2.01m) in Montenegro on mechanising the Yugoslav republic's dairy sector. The first €215,830 contract has been signed with HEMMA doo, from Novi Sad, in Serbia, for the supply of 290 mobile milking machines and ten pipeline milking machines. A second contract, valued at €75,672, was awarded to Germany's DeLaval East Europe GmbH, who will supply forty-four 200 litre milk-cooling tanks and two 500 litre-cooling tanks.
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