Army to fix Rome's potholed roads

Italian government allocates €240 million to fix Rome's potholed streets.

The army will be drafted in to repair Rome's potholed roads as part of a €240 million funding package allocated by the Italian government.
Rome's mayor Virginia Raggi has hailed the agreement as "a great deal for Rome and the Romans."
The plan will involve soldiers fixing up to 200 kms of Roman roads, according to media reports.
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