Cosse will convene political parties in search of IDB loan agreements

The mayor of Montevideo, Carolina Cosséwill summon representatives of the political parties, seeking loan agreements with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), informed the hierarch herself in a letter that she disclosed on her Twitter account. In the meetingto be held this Friday At 4:00 p.m., two mayors from each political sector with representation on the Montevideo board will participate.

“Accompanying the existing instance of dialogue in the Departmental Board of Montevideo, in order to honor the great responsibility that carrying out important works in this department means, and convinced that our obligation is to look up, I will summon two representatives (. ..) in order to facilitate the search for agreements that allow us to look much further”indicates the writing, signed by Cosse.

The hierarch also invited the Minister of the Environment, Adrian Penato participate in the meeting, which will take place on the second floor of the capital’s commune headquarters building.

“This 2022 finds us facing a new challenge that is to deepen the care of the environment and the program that we propose to develop together with the IDB is a great opportunity,” the document adds.

The White Aediles They had asked this Tuesday that Cosse form a dialogue table. The representatives considered that an in-depth technical analysis of the entire project for three months “it is more than reasonable” and pays the willingness to dialogue.

The commune recalled that the program with the IDB “to deepen the new strategy of cleaning and bring the sanitation to various neighborhoods of Montevideo is under consideration by the Departmental Board of Montevideo, after a technical work carried out between January and October 2021 by technicians from the IDB, the Ministry of Economy and Finance and this administration, in line with the National Waste Management Plan”.

Cosse’s proposal stipulates that US$ 41.7 million from the IDB loan will go to the waste management –among new collection modalities, containers, ecocenters, classification plant, data management, among others– while US$ 22.4 million correspond to sanitation and storm drainage. The credit responds to a traditional tool with which the IM has financed sanitation for decades.

The neighborhoods that with the current project would not be covered in the period are Sarandí, Bella Italia, Boizo Lanza, Bola de Nieve, Cañada Matilde, Instructions, New Spain, Paso de la Arena-Maracaná, Santa Catalina, Susana Pintos, Villa Don Bosco and Villa Garcia.

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