This project provides funding for multiple sub-projects in the tourism sector, aiming to support cultural heritage resources in Uzbekistan, Romania, Albania, Jordan, and the West Bank. Projects would be financed through both debt and equity investments in private sector entities, and through loans to governments, municipalities, and state or municipal-owned companies.
Sub-projects could include the regeneration and refurbishment of historic buildings and infrastructure improvements.
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