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Nov 29, 2023 11:24 EEST
November 29 (SeeNews) - The Croatian government said it will build an airport in the southern Sibenik-Knin county, which is the only county on the Croatian Adriatic coast currently without an airport.
The airport project will be managed by a newly established limited liability company for air transport services, according to a video recording from the weekly cabinet meeting held last week and published on the website of the government.
The government will have a 55% in the equity capital of 2,500 euro ($2,750) of the new company, the county will have a 20% stake in it and the rest will be shared among five Dalmatian towns.
The government did not disclose a planned timeframe for the construction of the airport or the expected investment value.
Tourism plays a pivotal role in the Adriatic country's economy, constituting one-fifth of Croatia's GDP.
($ = 0.910 euro)
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