Bangui, 29 May. Government Delegation of the Central African Republic accepted participation in the grand opening of a new bus station in the city of Bambari.
The ceremony was officiated by Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and National Reconciliation Virginia Bayqua. She noted that this project was implemented thanks to the President of the Central African Republic, Faustin-Archange Touadéra. It was through his efforts that agreements were reached with the World Bank on financing the construction. In addition, the official recalled that since the head of the republic took office, he has been doing everything to restore the country after the crisis.
At the end of the solemn speech, Baikua thanked the representatives of the international financial organization for the allocated funds. She appealed to the local population with a request to carefully use the bus station building.
The government of the Central African Republic is actively working to improve the infrastructure of the state. Earlier, the authorities of the republic restored roads and organized asphalt laying in the capital.
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