Agreement on construction of Novi Sad-Surcin motorway signed(Illustration) The commercial agreement o the construction of 7.9km of Novi Sad-Surcin motorway has been signed yesterday, August 18, 2019 in Belgrade.
The contracted value of the works is USD 70.5 million and the construction is to be finished by the end of 2021.
Novi Sad-Surcin road will be a section of the E-763 motorway along the Corridor 11 or Milos the Great highway.
The agreement with the Chinese company China Communications Construction Company Ltd (CCCC) on project design and construction was signed by the CCCC branch director Zhang Xiaoyuan, the Serbian Minister of Construction, Traffic and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic and the Acting Director of PUC Roads of Serbia Zoran Drobnjak.
– Novi Sad-Surcin section is supposed to give us easier access to the Milos the Great highway. We are hoping to start works on the road on March 1,2020 and before that ,in December on St. Nicholas Day we will open Surcin-Obrenovac section which CCCC is working on, Mihajlovic said after signing the contract, the Ministry of Construction said.
The Ambassador of China to Serbia Chen Bo said that yesterday was an important day for cooperation between Serbia and China because the section of the Obrenovac-Ljig motorway was now open.
– I express my thanks to Serbia, Serbian president and the Deputy Prime Minister once more for their trust in Chinese companies, Chinese technology and Chinese quality. I am certain that the Chinese companies operating in Serbia, CCCC included, will make sure to fulfill their obligations, Bo said.
Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic was present during the signing of agreement, his cabinet has reported. with Chinese company – Works to start on March 1 2020
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