Hall aligns with the Bank of Brazil works funding to Manaus

O financiamento para obras de infraestrutura a serem executadas na cidade é no valor de R$ 100 millions.
16/05/2018 15h55 - Updated 17/05/2018 16h28
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Mayor Arthur Neto and part of the Amazon bench met, on Tuesday (15), with the vice president of the Bank of Brazil, José Eduardo Pereira Filho, to deal with on lines of financing for infrastructure works to be performed by Manaus Prefecture no amount of R $ 100 millions. The credit operation is under evaluation by the lender to be released.

In addition to the first lady and president of Manaus Solidarity Fund, Elisabeth Ribeiro Valeiko, attended the meeting, the head office in Brasilia, Senator Omar Aziz, federal deputies Arthur Bisneto, Pauderney Avelino and Conceição Sampaio.

During the meeting, the technical staff of the Bank of Brazil presented the requirements and information on the status of the funding that was claimed by the city. According to the mayor, the conditions are very favorable for, very soon, Manaus has more resources for investment in urban infrastructure.

“We came here for meetings that are very useful from the point of view of progress of proceedings for the release of loans to government officials. We are fulfilling all the requirements for this money comes at the time when the city needs more”, said Arthur Virgilio.

The Municipal Secretary of Finance, Information and Internal Control Technology (Semef), Lourival Beach, Also present at the meeting, He clarified that the municipality is responding directly to the technicians of the Bank of Brazil with due speed the release of this funding requires. "The Manaus Prefecture provided all necessary documentation for evaluation and authorization of funding", He stressed.

Still on the afternoon of Tuesday, in Brasilia, Mayor participates in a meeting at the Ministry of Industry, Foreign Trade and Services (MDIC), with agenda also about resources to Manaus.

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