SARAJEVO, July 22 (FENA) – Total revenues in the Federation of BiH from January to July this year were realized in the amount of 3,826,329,334 KM and are higher by 10.5 percent or 363,500.00 KM compared to the same period in 2020, and higher by 120,858 .000 KM, which is 3.49 percent compared to 2019, confirmed by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Jelka Milićević, after today’s session of the Government of the Federation of BiH, which focused on the analysis and monitoring of total revenues in the Federation of BiH.
According to Milićević, gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2021 has been projected at 2.8 percent.
“On behalf of the Government, I can rightly claim that we are on a good path for our Economic Stabilization Program to be implemented one hundred percent,” stated Milićević.
Also, on this occasion, she commented that the Government today accepted three initiatives regarding borrowing from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for three projects in the Sarajevo Canton.
“The first initiative is related to resolving traffic problems in the Sarajevo Canton, i.e. with video surveillance of traffic. The value of the project is seven million euros. The second project is related to the construction of the tram line Ilidža-Hrasnica, whose value is 20 million euros. The third project is the procurement of five additional trams in the Sarajevo Canton and is worth 10 million euros,” Milićević added.