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  • Modernising Brno’s

    wastewater services


    It’s 25 years since the fall of the Iron Curtain  

    and a decade since the Czech Republic - and  

    seven other countries from Central and 

    Eastern Europe - joined the EU.


    Here’s how we invested in a new treatment plant

    to provide better water services for Brno and 

    protect the Danube from pollution.

  • EBRD helps modernise 

    Baltic freight handling

    A €32.5 million loan from the EBRD to  

    Klaipedos Smelte, the company operating the 

    container terminal at Klaipeda port in Lithuania

    helped modernise its freight handling capacities and 

    upgrade the whole Baltics region as a transit hub.


    Klaipedos Smelte used the investment to buy several 

    container cranes, upgrade container handling equipment and extend the existing terminal area,

    important steps towards enhancing the region’s

    importance for global trade.

  • The New Europe and

    Municipal Infrastructure

    Over the last few weeks we’ve been looking at

    our record in central and eastern Europe since 

    the fall of the Iron Curtain and the accession of 

    eight of its countries to the European Union in 2004.


    In the latest of our series, the New Europe, we 

    examine how we helped the EU8 modernise their 

    urban transport, water, waste and district 

    heating infrastructures.

What we do

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development fosters transition to market economies in countries from central and eastern Europe to central Asia and the southern and eastern Mediterranean.

EBRD Annual Meeting 2014

Our Annual Meeting and Business Forum takes place in Warsaw in May. 

The Business Forum's theme will be 'Changing Economies, Changing Lives' after 25 years of momentous change.