Source: RTS | Sunday, 02.10.2016.| 23:27
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Agreement on Belgrade-Budapest railway during Riga Summit

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Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met with the Chinese ambassador to Belgrade, Li Manchang. The ambassador handed over to Vucic a letter from the premier of China, Li Keqiang, which says that a commercial agreement on the construction of the Belgrade-Budapest high-speed railway will be signed during the upcoming China-CEEC Summit in Riga. The letter also says that the Chinese premier is deeply touched by the enthusiasm and decisiveness of the Serbian prime minister regarding the deepening of the relations between Serbia and China, reported the Government’s PR office.

Premier Li Keqiang also writes that he will order the relevant Chinese authorities to step up all the procedures related to the current infrastructural projects.

Furthermore, the letter states that the Government of the People’s Republic of China will continue to encourage Chinese companies to invest and do business in Serbia, especially in potential projects which were discussed during the visit of the Chinese president, Xi, Jinping, to Serbia, such as the construction of the remaining sections of the highway on Corridor 11, the Belgrade airport, MSC Bor and HIP Petrohemija.

Premier Li Keqiang concludes by saying he is looking forward to the upcoming meeting with the prime minister of Serbia during the Riga Summit, the report says.

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