Romania pours €18m into NATO facilities south of Bucharest

Romania’s Ministry of Defence has contracted construction works worth €18m million for a temporary military base, north of Bucharest, Profit.ro reported. Infrastructure capabilities according to NATO standards will be developed in a local military facility in Tunari, and will include accommodation spaces, administrative buildings, roads, alleys and platforms for the storage of technology, perimeter and interior fencing, according to the specifications.

The deadline for submitting tenders is May 11, 2020, according to data from the public procurement platform SEAP. In order to qualify for the auction, the average turnover of a bidder, over the past three years, respectively 2016-2018, must be at least equal to €36m.

Following Romania's accession to NATO, Tunari was selected from the list of units available for the fulfillment of NATO missions as a temporary station.

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