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March 2 (SeeNews) - Serbia started the construction of a 225 million euro ($249.3 million) motorway section linking its western towns of Kuzmin and Sremska Raca, the infrastructure ministry said.
The 18-km section is a part of a corridor which will connect Serbia's capital Belgrade and Bosnia and Herzegovina's capital Sarajevo via Banja Luka, the infrastructure ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.
The project, assigned to Turkish construction company Tasjapi, also includes the construction of a 1.3-km bridge over the Sava river, which started in 2019.
"I would like to ask the Turkish company to complete the construction of the [Kuzmin-Sremska Raca] motorway section by the end of 2023, so we can better connect Serbia with both Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Bosnia's Serb Republic," president Aleksandar Vucic said, according to a separate statement issued by the president's office.
($ = 0.9013 euro)
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