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The stretch of Struma motorway between Sandanski and Koulata in southwestern Bulgaria will be finished four months behind schedule, the country’s Regional Development Minister Dessislava Terzieva said on September 17, as quoted by television station bTV, Sofia Globe wrote.
The reason for the delay, according to the report, is that the construction crews unearthed a cable network that had to be moved, she was quoted as saying. The ministry hopes to sign a contract to that end by mid-December, she said.
So far, only a quarter of the 14.7km stretch has been completed since the start of construction in April 2012. According to the contract with Greek firm Aktor, picked to build the motorway stretch, the work was to be completed within 23 months, at a cost of 67.2 million leva (about 34.3 million euro).
Struma motorway links Bulgarian capital city Sofia to the border with Greece, at the Koulata-Promachonas check-point, and on with Thessaloniki and northern Greece. American Chamber of Commerce Bulgaria
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