The Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure of Serbia, Tomislav Momirovic, has stated that Serbia will provide the funds for the construction of the Gruza Corridor itself and that 100% Serbian construction companies, with Serbian engineers and employees, will work on the construction.
At the first session of the Work Group for the Monitoring and Realization of the “Construction of the Northern Bypass Route Around Kragujevac and the Construction of the State Road from Kragujevac to the Connection with the State Road in Mrcajevci” Project, Momirovic emphasized that Serbia could finally set aside funds for the realization of large infrastructure projects such as the Gruza Corridor on its own.
He added that there was no need for the country to rely on foreign partners providing project financing to the extent that it did.
The northern bypass route around Kragujevac, down the planned route, will connected the most important entry-exit routes: IB-grade state road 24, Batocina-Kragujevac-Kraljevo, IB-grade state road 25, Kragujevac-Topola, IIA-grade state road 177, Kragujevac-Gornji Milanovac, and the exit from the IB-grade state road 24, Batocina-Kragujevac-Kraljevo, toward Kraljevo and Cacak.
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