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Caribbean Maritime Intra-Regional Transport

A multi-modal ferry connecting Guyana and Suriname to Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, the OECS, and the French overseas territories would significantly help boost cargo transit capacity for manufacturers and traders, as well as citizens.

Djibouti second airport development project

In 2023 the remaining funds from the Fonds d’études et d’aide au secteur privé (FASEP) will be used to finance the completion of feasibility studies and allow for a roundtable of potential donors.

Global Maritime Green Corridor

The initial production target is of 6 million tonnes per annum of methanol for green shipping. In 2023, private sector participants will finalise the feasibility study for the first phase in Morocco and Egypt.

Green and Digital logistics Corridor in Angola

This corridor between the ports at Sines and Barra do Dande will contribute to the security of the supply chain in the agri-food sector and support a green energy and critical raw materials supply chain, promoting economic and social development.

Port of Pointe-Noire Infrastructure, Republic of Congo

In 2023 works to extend and upgrade the port infrastructure will begin.

Railway Corridor VIII: North Macedonia-Bulgaria

The railway corridor is part of the strategic Trans-European Transport Network. It is a multi-modal transport network that includes sea and riverine ports, airports, roads and railways. In 2023, grant agreements and construction contracts will be signed.

Regional Railway Surabaya

The project aims at achieving climate goals in Indonesia and improving the urban public transport situation in Surabaya metropolitan area, an area with a population of approx.10 million.

Rehabilitation of the Allada-Dassa road

EIB will launch studies in 2023 for the financing of this road in Benin and EU financing will be prepared.

Southeast Asia Regional Economic Corridor and Connectivity

This project includes the upgrade of Laotian National Highway No. 2. In 2023, the report of the evaluation mission will be released and talks on EIB co-financing will be held.