This project will involve rehabilitation and reconstruction of the two-lane M6 highway between Armenia (Vanadzor) and Georgia Border (Bagratashen), one of the most heavily traveled roads for internal and external trade. It will rehabilitate and upgrade 51.5 kilometers (km) of the two-lane M6 highway from Vanadzor to the border with Georgia at Bagratashen.
According to bank documents, the number of affected households is 303 (788 affected persons, at an average household size of 2.6), most of which will be partially but permanently affected.
According to bank documents, the European Investment Bank may also co-finance the project in the amount of US$ 56.40 million.
Ministry of Transport, Communication and Information Technologies
PO Box 69, 0010
ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF ADB
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