France has allocated 220 billion FCFA budget support to Côte d’Ivoire, about 1,150 occtroyés since 2012, as part of a debt relief and development contract (C2D), announced Monday the president of the bilateral committee, Théophile ahoua N’Doli in Abidjan. This planned budget support for the period from 2016 to 2020, is from the second C2D between the two countries, “the key is assigned to road projects, drinking water, agriculture, etc., “said Mr. Ahoua. the chief of staff of the Ivorian Prime Minister also identified difficulties in the implementation of certain projects in a short time. as an example, he cited the case of slums and Mount Peko (western Ivory Coast) which is part of an environmental project which is difficult to achieve because of the “30-40000 people” illegally installed in the classified forest and whose eviction may cause “more problems in Ivory Coast “. ” to ensure that all goes well we meet once a year to take stock, “he said in the presence of the director of the French development Agency (AFD). on “over 2,000 billion FCFA” of “debt” of Côte d’Ivoire, France “decided to cancel 600 billion and turn the rest in grants,” upon reaching the point completion of the initiative for Heavily indebted poor Countries (HIPC) in June 2012, recalled Ahoua Ndoli. MYA, with Michèle Irié

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