Brussels - The European Union will invest 220 million euros in the ports of Gdansk and Gdynia, in Poland. More precisely, almost 65 million euros will help build or modernise quays and hydro-technical engineering structures in the Port of Gdynia, increasing traffic safety, whereas 155 million euros will increase the safety of operations in the Port of Gdansk.
The two investments are part of a 4 billion euros package the Commission adopted yesterday. Another part of the package, more than 358 million euros, will help extend the Circumetnea railway line operating in Catania, Sicily, with eight new stations and rolling stocks. This project will help reduce congestion on the road network and will promote clean mobility in the region.