Outgoing Deputy Prime Minister Koco Angusev said tha the has secured a credit line from the World Bank worth 420 million EUR, which will be used to improve road infrastructure, introduce technological innovations and improve the competitiveness of Macedonian businesses, as well as environmental issues and modernizing our agriculture over the next four years.

Angusev said that he has reach this deal during his meeting with World Bank Vice-President Cyrill Miller in Washington. Angusev, who said he will be leaving the Government regardless of who wins the April 2020 elections, said that the details about the credit line will be ironed out during a WB visit to Macedonia in December.