The Roads of Serbia and the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure and representatives of the competent ministries and institutions in Romania should sign an agreement on carrying out a mutual project related to the construction of the Belgrade-Timisoara highway within two weeks, the web portal evrsac learns.
According to the portal, the project entails preparing a feasibility study, technical documentation and a general plan of the highway, a job worth EUR 10 million. An international EU tender will be placed for the purpose, in which planning offices from all over the world will be able to participate.
The Belgrade-Pancevo-Vrsac-Timisoara highway, with the length of 130 km, should be a part of Corridor 11, which is a great opportunity for the South Banat District to develop and draw foreign investments.
Considering that the Vatin border checkpoint near Vrsac is the most active road border crossing to Romania and that many Italian companies operating in the Timisoara area need a route to the Port of Bar in Montenegro, the construction of the highway through South Banat might prove to be very profitable, evrsac writes.
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