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Apr 23, 2019 12:50 EEST
BELGRADE (Serbia), April 23 (SeeNews) – Serbia plans to invest 800 million euro ($900 million) in the construction of a motorway known as the Morava Corridor, a representative of state-run motorway company Koridori Srbije has said.
"The Serbian government is in talks with two companies and a main contractor will be selected soon," Aleksandar Senic, construction management director of Koridori Srbije, said in a video file posted on the website of news agency Tanjug on Monday.
The works on the first section of the motorway, a 27.8 km-long stretch linking Pojate to Krusevac, are expected to be completed within two years, Senic added.
In June, Serbia's infrastructure ministry said it discussed the project for the construction for a 110 km-long motorway linking Preljina to Pojate, in central Serbia, known as the Morava Corridor, with representatives of US civil engineering group Bechtel.
The Morava Corridor will represent a link between European transport Corridors X and XI. Corridor X will connect Salzburg in Austria to the Greek Aegean port of Thessaloniki, passing through Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia. Corridor XI is a ferry/motorway corridor linking Italy's Bari to Romania's Bucharest via Montenegro's Bar port and Serbia's Belgrade.
($ = 0.888536 euro)
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