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Dec 20, 2017 18:20 EEST
SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), December 20 (SeeNews) – Bosnia's Euro Asfalt and Slovenia's Kolektor CPG signed on Wednesday a 29 million marka ($17.6 million/14.8 million euro) deal with Slovenia's government to build access roads that will be used during the construction of the second track of the Divaca–Koper railway, Euro Asfalt said.
Euro Asfalt and its partner are tasked with building 26 access roads, reconstructing a viaduct and erecting a bridge, among other things, the Bosnian company said in a statement sent to SeeNews.
The deadline for the completion of works is 12 months starting from the date the contractors are introduced to the job.
Earlier this month, the European Commission said it will invest 109.03 million euro ($128.4 million) in the construction of the second track of the Divaca - Koper railway. The total cost of the project is estimated at 545.1 million euro.
In September, Slovenia's government announced it can move ahead with its plans to build a second track of the Divaca–Koper railway following a referendum, during which over 53% of voters pledged support for the project. The call for a referendum was launched by locals who demand relocation of the existing track and construction of a new two-track line.
The existing Divaca - Koper line does not meet the standards for the core network which were adopted by the Council of the EU in 2012 and are expected to be implemented by 2030.
(1 euro=1.95583 marka)
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