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Feb 14, 2022 14:06 EEST
February 14 (SeeNews) - Serbia started on Monday the construction of a motorway section linking its western cities of Sabac and Loznica, a video file posted on the YouTube channel of Tanjug news agency showed.
The 54.5-kilometre section will be finished by the end of September, 2024, president Aleksandar Vucic said during the groundbreaking ceremony.
Another 21.4-kilometre section linking Sabac with Ruma will be completed by the end of September, 2023, Vucic added.
The construction of the two sections is financed through a 14.9 billion dinars (126.7 million euro) loan granted by local lender Banca Intesa and approved by Serbia's parliament in December.
Azerbaijani road construction company AzVirt has been contracted to carry out the construction works, state-owned motorway construction company Koridori Srbije said in an earlier statement.
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