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Oct 19, 2020 15:32 EEST
October 19 (SeeNews) - The city governments of Serbia's Belgrade and Slovenia's Ljubljana plan to jointly promote a project for the development of a high-speed railway line stretching across Southeast Europe (SEE), the Belgrade city government said.
The governments of the two capitals signed a letter of intent to jointly launch an initiative for the construction of a high-speed railway linking SEE to Central Europe, the Belgrade city government said in a statement on Friday.
The letter of intent will be forwarded to the European Commission and the governments of Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Turkey, Belgrade mayor Zoran Radojicic said in the statement.
The project was proposed by the Ljubljana city government, Radojicic noted.
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