Source: eKapija | Monday, 07.05.2018.| 09:34
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Construction of the Belgrade-Sarajevo highway Memorandum signed - Turkish company Taşyapi to work on several infrastructure projects in Serbia

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During the Turkish-Serbian business forum yesterday in Istanbul a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Turkish construction company Taşyapi, which also includes the construction of Belgrade-Sarajevo highway, was signed by the Minister of Construction, Traffic and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic. According to the memorandum, the Turkish company is set to present technical and financial propositions of several infrastructure projects in Serbia.

These projects include the Novi Pazar–Tutin and Aljinovići–Sjenica–Novi Pazar state road reconstruction and the construction of both strips of Belgrade-Sarajevo highway located in Serbia, namely Kuzmin-Sremska Raca and Pozega - Kotroman up to the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Ministry of Construction announced.

According to the Ministry announcement special working group of Serbian Government will decide on these projects.

- Belgrade-Sarajevo highway construction is of great importance for Serbia as well as the whole region. Serbia is ready to begin the project for the route through Sremska Mitrovica as well as through Pozega, Uzice and Kotroman. Therefore I consider the memorandum with the Turkish construction company Taşyap one more good step in that direction, said Minister Mihajlovic

Deputy Prime Minister Zorana Mihajlovic is a member of the state delegation led by the Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic which is on a two-day official visit in Turkey that started yesterday.

Today, after the official talk between the presidents Aleksandar Vucic and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Mihajlovic will sign the Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation for transport research and development between the Serbian Ministry of Construction, Traffic and Infrastructure and Turkish Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications about the international road transport of passengers and cargo.

During the visit bilateral meetings about the possibility of cooperation in infrastructure are to be held between the Deputy Prime Minister and the representatives of the Ministry of Transport and Communications.

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