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Old May 30th, 2013, 07:34 PM   #4661
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5/29/2013 1:24:00 PM

Road infrastructure- biggest problem of region

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VIENNA - The Balkans Infrastructure and Construction Summit, in which Serbian Minister of Regional Development and Local Self-Government Verica Kalanovic is taking part, opened in Vienna on Wednesday.

Opening the two-day meeting organized by the International Research Networks (IRN), General Secretary at the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Johannes Kirle said that the integration of the Western Balkans is very important for Austria and for the European Union as a whole.

In relation to that, Kirle voiced opinion that Serbia has good chance of obtaining a start date for EU entry talks. He also expressed hope that Bosnia-Herzegovina will continue with reforms and submit a request for EU membership.

Austrian firms were the first to enter the regional market, and with around EUR 12 billion, Austria is the biggest investor in the region, said Kirle, who had a bilateral meeting with Kalanovic ahead of the summit.

He said that the region has highly skilled workforce, but noted that it is rather difficult to invest when there is no adequate road infrastructure.

Kirle underscored that investments in road and energy infrastructure must constitute a priority.

Croatian Ambassador to Austria Gordan Bakota noted that his country will become an EU member state on July 1, and that it is using the EU funds dedicated to an infrastructure revamp.

Bosnia-Herzegovina's (BiH) Deputy Minister of Communications and Transport Rudo Vidovic noted that his country got the pro-EU government following the last elections, and that it is ready to step up the efforts to get the EU candidate status.

"BiH is creating conditions for speedy economic growth. Hydro and energy potential, the need for development of road infrastructure will be a generator of BiH's growth in the coming period," he said.

The summit is aimed at connecting the governments of the Balkan countries, international financial institutions and potential investors.

The summit, whose media partner is Tanjug, is bringing together government officials, representatives of international institutions and foreign investors.


Serbia fully networked by highways by 2020


Verica Kalanovic, Serbia's minister of regional development and local self-government, voiced confidence in Vienna on Wednesday that by 2020, Serbia will be fully networked by highways, have good connections to neighbors and be a part of the system of pan-European highways.

“We are not building infrastructure just to equip Serbia well in terms of infrastructure and improve its business environment, but we envision Serbia as a country that is firmly connected to its neighbors and extends the network toward major corridors,” underlined the minister at the Balkans Infrastructure and Construction Summit.

At the gathering organized by the International Research Networks (IRN), Kalanovic underlined anew in a presentation entitled “Flexible models of financing of big infrastructure projects in Serbia” that infrastructure is a basis for development of every society, noting that without a developed infrastructure, there can be no economic growth, better living standard and investments.

She also noted that for Serbia, the previous period was characterized by a change of borders and names, and that since 2006 (Montenegro's declaration of independence and the break-up of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro) the country has been in its current form.

“In 2006, Serbia faced new challenges: the inherited infrastructure was the one that belonged to a big country, the former Yugoslavia, and did not suit Serbia, as it was strategically defined to connect big Yugoslav cities,” she explained.

Out of 18 Serbian cities with over 100,000 citizens, 15 were not linked to modern roads, she said, adding that the task of infrastructure development lay ahead of the government, so it delivered a strategic decision to draft a plan of development by 2020.

“The strategy envisages that almost all cities with over 100, 000 citizens will be connected by modern roads which will be either highways or high-speed roads,” Kalanovic explained.

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Old May 30th, 2013, 07:38 PM   #4662
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Old May 30th, 2013, 07:42 PM   #4663
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Old June 1st, 2013, 11:05 PM   #4664
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Some fresh aerial shots of Belgrade's new northern expressway and Danube bridge...mared on the map as "SMT":























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Old June 1st, 2013, 11:07 PM   #4665
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Old June 1st, 2013, 11:08 PM   #4666
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Old June 2nd, 2013, 04:23 PM   #4667
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Crazy Serb"..from where are these photos?
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WHen Serbia is going to open the lot Pirot Dimitrovgrad(which month)?And can you tell me something about the lot Dimitrovgrad – Granica sa Bugarskom (8,7km)?thank you in advance!
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http://www.ekapija.com/website/sr/co...nja_080312.jpg

according to this statement (from 08. March, so three months ago), rough dates are the end of 2013 for Pirot (east) - Dimitrovgrad, and the end of 2014 for Dimitrovgrad bypass (that also includes that lot you were asking).

However, real reports from construction sites aren't encouraging at all so far.
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Old June 4th, 2013, 08:17 AM   #4670
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Vectom thank you!And for Dimitrovgrad – Granica sa Bugarskom (8,7km)?I saw this yesterday in serbian site for projects ,but only the km and the lots?Do you know if there is projection or a preparation for real cnstruction actions?It's very important lot because of the border Kalotina-Gradina
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Old June 5th, 2013, 12:31 AM   #4671
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Ups, there's no Toplica highway.
I hope our friend Forestpk doesn't visit international thread, cause he'll go crazy
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Old June 5th, 2013, 01:11 AM   #4672
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Vectom thank you!And for Dimitrovgrad – Granica sa Bugarskom (8,7km)?I saw this yesterday in serbian site for projects ,but only the km and the lots?Do you know if there is projection or a preparation for real cnstruction actions?It's very important lot because of the border Kalotina-Gradina
Works started in 2010., except for tunnels, they started in 2011. in google earth u can see some works on that lot.

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Old June 5th, 2013, 07:40 PM   #4673
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yes i saw that yesterday!the picture from google earth ...do you know when is made?
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Old June 5th, 2013, 07:46 PM   #4674
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the picture from google earth ...do you know when is made?
The Imagery Date is at the bottom of the pic
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may be there is development since then!I hope somebody post photos to show us the real situation
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I didn't know Google still releases new black & white photos.
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I didn't know Google still releases new black & white photos.
It isn't on the "main view", you can see it only if you turn on timeline.
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Crazy Serb"..from where are these photos?
They're from a blog that deals with news & events that concern Belgrade's various communities situated on the left bank of Danube...

http://www.lobi-info.rs/
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Negotiations with Chinese concerning completion of missing sections of Belgrade's motorway bypass enter "final phase"...Google-translated:

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Minister of Transport DIPL. ENGINEER. Graz. MILUTIN MRKONJIĆ met with representatives of Chinese corporation for their participation at the conclusion of the Belgrade bypass

Minister of Transport of the Republic of Serbia graduate. engineer. construction. Milutin Mrkonjic met with representatives of the Government of the Chinese company CMEC (Chinese Mechanical Engineering Corporation), led by Director General Wei Hinjiem and Head of Economic Department of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Belgrade Chu Lijankijem on the continued cooperation between the two countries and the concretization of the participation of one of the largest companies in the field of Civil Engineering at the end of the remaining sections of the Belgrade bypass on Corridor 10

After getting a great deal on the construction of a bridge across the Danube, between Zemun and Borca and sections of the so-called. Adriatic highway with a length of 50 kilometers of Corridor 11, and judging from the conversations and assurances from the leaders of these companies in Serbia will be in the road infrastructure in the near future to include a third korparacije from one of the most powerful countries in the world.

On his first visit to the Memorandum of Understanding signed on 11th March 2013. at the Ministry of Transport Serbian Minister Mrkonjic and members of the Chinese delegation yesterday "in the second round of negotiations," agreed the content of the next steps regarding the financial structure and to define ways of lending this important project.

Minister Mrkonjic insisted on the speed of resolving this issue.

On the basis of interstate agreements entire procedure could greatly facilitate, but not dismissed the possibility of the withdrawal of funds from the "Exim Bank" under good conditions, with which the Chinese representatives fully agreed. With the completion of this section, the traffic in Belgrade will be moved from the inner city, and greatly relieved and improved.

According to experts the works could be completed in seventeen months.

Today's meeting of the Minister Mrkonjića and Chinese representatives practically means the completion of the second phase of negotiations and entering the final definition of all aspects of the business with the Chinese contractor worth about 250 million euros.

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Kad vidim odredjeni element inventara u toj kancelariji povraca mi se.
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