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Nov 17, 2023 15:51 EEST
November 17 (SeeNews) - Kosovo’s infrastructure ministry said on Friday it signed a 1.9 million-euro ($2.1 million) contract with a local consortium for the construction of a new bridge in the village of Mece, near the southwestern city of Gjakova.
The awarded bidder comprising construction companies World Medium, Ndertimi ING, Adnan Bislimi, Adea Construction and services provider Capital X Fet must complete construction works within a two-year period, the ministry said in a notice.
The works are part of a project for construction of new bridges along a road segment linking the village of Rakovina near Gjakova to the town of Klina further north, with an estimated total budget of 3.85 million euro.
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