The EBRD shows interest in financing the expansion of Belgrade airport

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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is interested in funding for the expansion of Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade in Serbia, EBRD Deputy Chairman Alain Pilloux

«Nikola Tesla Airport is a public-private partnership. There is a private-sector company and there is also a link with the state and we look at it to see if we can help in financing the airport expansion,» Pilloux said in a file video posted on the Serbian news website announced in January that the government expected the Belgrade airport operator, Nikola Tesla Aerodrome, to invest in the construction of an alternative track and expand passenger terminals.

The government declared in March that it signed a 25-year concession agreement for operating the airport in the capital of Serbia with the airports of Vinci France

Under the terms of the contract, Vinci Airports will pay 417 million euros (491.7 million dollars) to the Serbian government and 84 million euros for Nikola Tesla Aerodrome shareholders for concession plus an annual concession fee of 4, EUR 4 million and EUR 15.1 million [19659003] Serbian government holds 83.1% of Nikola Tesla Aerodrome

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