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Serbia to start Fruskogorski Corridor road project in May

Apr 14, 2021, 11:52:08 AMArticle by Radomir Ralev
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BELGRADE (Serbia), April 14 (SeeNews) – Serbia plans to launch the construction of the Fruskogorski Corridor road next month, the president of the northern autonomous province of Vojvodina, Igor Mirovic said.

Serbia to start Fruskogorski Corridor road project in May
Igor Mirovic; Source: Vojvodina Government

"Everything is ready for the construction of the Fruskogorski Corridor and in the first days of May we expect the official start of works on the implementation of this large and important infrastructure project," Mirovic said earlier this week, according to a statement by the Vojvodina government.

The Vojvodina government has issued a permit for setting up a construction camp for the project, Mirovic said after a meeting with Serbia's infrastructure minister Tomislav Momirovic.

The 606 million euro ($725 million) Fruskogorski Corridor road project, which represents an upgrade to the Novi Sad-Ruma section of Serbia's IB-21 state road, will be carried out by China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC). Serbia plans to take out a $610 million loan from Chinese banks in 2021 for the project.

($ = 0.835614 euro)

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