According to the Bank’s website, the project supports the counterpart's structural reforms improving fiscal sustainability and enabling a strong and sustainable economic recovery. The reform program aims to support policy actions that increase the efficiency of public finance and reduce debt. This also includes reforms to address the major fiscal risks Montenegro is facing in coming years. Moreover, the program aims to support reforms that help the country to build-back-better after the severe economic crisis caused by the pandemic, including through policy actions that boost private sector productivity, minimize the adverse economic impact of economic activity on the environment, and strengthen the public institutions that implement and enforce resilient growth and fiscal policies.
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