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Old March 13th, 2013, 10:23 AM   #4561
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They have some work left in between Split and Dubrovnik, but yeah, their network is almost completed.
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Old March 13th, 2013, 08:52 PM   #4562
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Vârseţ is not really a big town, I'm guessing maybe 1 Billion RSD?
I think you're right, Vârseţ is much smaller than Темишвар.
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Old March 13th, 2013, 09:03 PM   #4563
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They have some work left in between Split and Dubrovnik, but yeah, their network is almost completed.
Almost, only few things:
- part between Ploce and Dubrovnik is in discussion because of small part across teritory of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- part between Osijek and Hungarian border (CVc)
- completition of Y motorway on Istrian peninsula
and some smaller tasks
Anyway, both Serbia and Romania are far behind...
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Old March 13th, 2013, 10:40 PM   #4564
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I think you're right, Vârseţ is much smaller than Темишвар.
I intentionally wrote the name in Romanian, also because of the (still) significant number of Romanians living there (no provocation there ). Timisoara has a Serb minority too.

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Old March 14th, 2013, 02:58 AM   #4565
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Ada bridge, official photos for the month of February 2013:
























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Old March 14th, 2013, 03:00 AM   #4566
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Interesting photo of Ada bridge from a distance...

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Old March 14th, 2013, 03:05 AM   #4567
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Zemun-Borca bridge:


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Old March 14th, 2013, 11:33 PM   #4568
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I intentionally wrote the name in Romanian, also because of the (still) significant number of Romanians living there (no provocation there ). Timisoara has a Serb minority too.

Yes, there are many Romanians and Vlachs in Serbia, roughly 75 000 people, and 11 000 from that number in Vrsac.
Many are living in Ovca, a suburb of Belgrade. Our dear friends.
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Old March 15th, 2013, 01:35 AM   #4569
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Yes, there are many Romanians and Vlachs in Serbia, roughly 75 000 people, and 11 000 from that number in Vrsac.
Many are living in Ovca, a suburb of Belgrade. Our dear friends.
Makes sense, it's within historical Banat region
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Old March 17th, 2013, 05:16 PM   #4570
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Detailed maps of the Belgrade-Niš and Niš-Macedonian border sections of E-75.

Legend:
pink circle - interchange
yellow circle - planned interchange
white bar - toll plaza, to be removed
yellow bar - planned toll plaza
blue triangle - gas station
yellow triangle -planned gas station
green trapezoid - parking/rest stop
yellow trapezoid - planned parking/rest stop
purple house - motel
yellow house - planned motel
yellow hexagon - TIR center
black square - maintenance base
red bar - over/underpass
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Old March 19th, 2013, 03:05 AM   #4571
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Confirmation that Austria's firm Alpine Gmbh continued work on Nis-Dimitrovgrad section, following contract-cancellation threats....Google-translated:

If it was up to me, I would have turfed them but I'm guessing Serbia's government doesn't have the stomach for it, especially now as they chase some mythical date for EU entry talks - wouldn't look good

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The Austrian company will be fired on the section of Corridor 10 to Dimitrovgrad, as continued work in a timely manner. Threatened to terminate the contract due to the delay of 18 months

Austrian "Alpini" We are threatened with dismissal on the section of Corridor 10 from Pirot to Dimitrovgrad, since in a timely manner continued to work, reveals the "News" Dmitar Djurovic, director of "Corridor of Serbia."

At construction sites are presently engaged 67 workers Austrian company. They are made of concrete and work on the bridge over the Nisava and Erma. As soon as the weather allows, and that should be the end of next week, will drastically increase the number of builders and business will go full steam ahead.

- Construction season starts, and not just the "Alpina", but all the other performers will have to conform to agreed timelines - Djurovic said. - This will be strictly controlled. "Alpina" continued to work before 15 days, but in the future there is no excuse or justification. The company has filed claims for compensation for about 74 million and almost every day we have a meeting with them about the situation and control sections for the cost so far of work.

Due to the delay of 18 months Austrians threatened cancellation of the contract and withdrawal of bank guarantee if you do not continue to work at the beginning of the construction season. Part of Pirot to Dimitrovgrad, promised a "Alpina", will be completed by the end of this year, which is the new term for certain facilities at the Dimitrovgrad bypass, while the entire route of the seven bridges should be opened to traffic by the end of 2014


Greece's Terna to finish two tunnels near Dimitrovgrad by summer 2014

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Greece's Terna is going to finish the construction of two large tunnels near Dimitrovgrad, on the eastern branch of Corridor X, within the next 15 months, Terna Executive Director for Foreign Operations Statis Natsis told Tanjug news agency Friday.

On the occasion of the official start of the construction season in Serbia, Natsis said that the work on other sections of Corridor X would also be resumed at full capacity

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Old March 19th, 2013, 03:19 AM   #4572
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Old March 19th, 2013, 10:21 AM   #4573
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Beautiful pictures. It is a really nice and slender structure. My respects.
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Old March 19th, 2013, 06:43 PM   #4574
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Another Chinese firm shows interest for Belgrade's motorway bypass....

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Serbian transport min says China's Sinohydro eyes Belgrade bypass project
March 19, 2013 14:46 CET

BELGRADE (Serbia), March 19 (SeeNews) - Chinese state-owned hydropower engineering and construction company Sinohydro is interested in the 250 million euro ($323.8 million) project for the construction of a Belgrade bypass, the transport ministry of the Balkan country said.

The funds for the whole Serbian section of pan-European transport Corridor X have been secured. A total of 220 kilometres (km) from the section's 330 km length have been completed while works on the remaining 110 km are on track, Serbian transport minister Milutin Mrkonjic said in a statement published on the ministry's website on Monday.

The only section that is yet to be contracted is the Belgrade bypass, Mrkonjic noted, adding that the construction works on it are expected to take 18 months.

Czech and Azerbaijani companies are also in talks with Serbian state-owned motorway company Koridori Srbije on the Belgrade bypass project, Koridori Srbije director Dmitar Djurovic said in the same statement.



($=0.772 euro)

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Old March 23rd, 2013, 01:09 PM   #4575
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Earthworks and bridge works of the motorway between Ub and Lajkovac are now visible in Google Earth. There are two trumpet interchanges at Lajkovac.

Additionally some earthworks of A3 are also visible west of Bela Pelanka.
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Old March 24th, 2013, 10:54 AM   #4576
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Construction of Ub-Lajkovac (12,5 km) section started in summer 2010, and deadline was max 2 years. Now it's far from ending.
You can see some parts even covered with asphalt for 2012 elections marketing.
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Old March 24th, 2013, 03:22 PM   #4577
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I've read here that Alpine resumed works on stretch between Pirot and Dimitrovgrad,but when I was going toward Bulgaria,I wasn't able to see any of machines or workers on site,I was really disappointed.
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Old March 24th, 2013, 07:24 PM   #4578
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Interesting...


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EU Delegation head asks for clear plan for Corridor 10
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BELGRADE -- Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Vincent Degert has requested a clear plan for Corridor 10 from the Transportation Ministry and Corridors of Serbia company.

He requested a plan outlining the priorities and deadlines for the completion of Corridor 10 in the country.

He noted that the highway was very important for Europe.

Transportation Minister Milutin Mrkonjić held a meeting with several ambassadors at the Serbian government, at which Degert said that three Corridor 10 sections were at risk due to delays and failure to withdraw funds.

These are the section near Vladičin Han, the Bancarevo tunnel on the eastern leg from Niš to the Bulgarian border, and the section from Ćiflik to Pirot.

Degert said he had been assured by Corridors of Serbia Director Dmitar Đurović that the problems at these sections would be overcome and that the planned pace for the rest of the year would be honored.

Before some 20 representatives of European embassies and international financial institutions (the European Investment Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the World Bank), Mrkonjić and Đurović talked about numerous activities under way on the construction of Corridor 10, noting that all sections had been activated and that contractors still needed to begin works on some.

They added that European companies, which are the chief contractors on Corridor 10, were also responsible for some of the delays.

When asked whether the meeting with European representatives was held because of their opposition to the Serbian government's talks with Chinese companies about the construction of the Belgrade bypass, which is part of Corridor 10, Mrkonjić said this was a part of the reason.

“The meeting took place primarily because they had asked for it at the Kopaonik Business Forum, because they wanted to know how far along the works have gotten,” he said.

Mrkonjić noted that European banks would be given priority if they want to finance the bypass, adding that Serbia had to negotiate with the Chinese over Corridor 11 as well, in order to get the job done and that the Serbian section of Corridor 10 would be finished in two to three years.

Đurović said at least 40 kilometers of the highway would be completed this year, adding that EUR 1.2bn had been allocated for Corridor 10.
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Old March 24th, 2013, 07:38 PM   #4579
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Sort of expected reaction from our Greek friends, who donated a considerable sum of money towards construction of motorways in Serbia a few years back - money that has apparently been sitting unused due largely to the incompetence of the country's infrastructure ministry...


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Greece could withdraw part of donation from HP

BELGRADE – The Greek government is considering withdrawing a large part of the donation from Hellenic Plan (HP) for building a section of Corridor 10 in southern Serbia, head of the company Koridori Srbije Dmitar Djurovic said on Friday, adding he, however, did not expect it to happen.

Djurovic noted that EUR 88.7 million from HP were meant for building the south section of Corridor 10 from Donji Neradovac to Levosoj.

"The Greek government issued one piece of information, that because of the situation the country was in, it was withdrawing investments for projects not under way," Djurovic told reporters.


The section between Donji Neradovac and Srpska Kuca is being built, he stated, adding that it cost EUR 21.8 million and was 63 percent completed.

HP includes the construction of the section between Srpska Kuca and Levosoj as well, which is worth EUR 39.9 million, and the funding for that section could be lost, Djurovic noted.

There is still around EUR 27 million left from HP that are uncertain as well, because the purpose for the funds had yet to be decided, he pointed out.

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