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Sep 29, 2020 16:50 EEST
Croatia and Bosnia signed an agreement on Tuesday for the maintainance and reconstruction of ten road bridges along their common border, the Adriatic country's government said.
The agreement envisages a fifty-fifty split of costs between the countries, Croatia's government said in a press release.
The proceeds for which Croatia is responsible will be provided either by road company Hrvatske Ceste or motorway company Hrvatske Autoceste.
If a certain bridge needs more extensive reconstruction, additional agreements will be signed, the Croatian government said.
Most of the ten bridges are located over the river Sava, while the remainder are used to cross the rivers Una, Maljevac and Korana.
The agreement was signed by the two countries' transport ministers.
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