Serbia, France discuss infrastructure projects

Serbia's Minister of Transport Milutin Mrkonjic received a delegation of French companies to discuss infrastructure projects, roads, railways and waterways.Mrkonjic pointed out that representatives of 12 French companies have offered to participate in the implementation of...

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Serbia, France discuss infrastructure projects



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 25.06.2013

Serbia's Minister of Transport Milutin Mrkonjic received a delegation of French companies to discuss infrastructure projects, roads, railways and waterways.

Mrkonjic pointed out that representatives of 12 French companies have offered to participate in the implementation of transport infrastructure projects in Serbia, adding that cooperation between the two countries in this field should be enhanced.

He announced over €4.5 billion investment only in the railway Corridor 10, adding that the trains should move at least 160 km per hour.

The Minister pointed out that the French company Almstom has offered technical assistance to the Serbian government in connection with the construction of high-speed rails.

The French companies are also interested in the construction of motorways in Serbia, especially through a public-private partnership.

They are also interested in the privatisation of Serbian ports, such as the Port of Novi Sad, as well as cooperation in the water and air transport.

Mrkonjic announced that the reconstruction of the Belgrade-Bar railway through Serbia will start on 1 March 2014, which will be financed from a Russian loan and will last two years.

He said that French companies have so far taken part in tenders for the construction of Corridor 10, but that the French could be engaged in the construction of Corridor 11 and the motorway from Belgrade to the Montenegrin border.

French Ambassador to Serbia Francois-Xavier Deniau said that the cooperation between Serbian and French companies is extremely good, and recalled that France is a leader in the field of infrastructure. Source: Serbian Government


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