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Old November 27th, 2013, 01:16 AM   #5061
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Nor with Romania or Bosnia.

No plans yet, maybe when Niš-Dimitovgrad, Niš-Preševo, Belgrade-Požega, Pojate-Preljina, and Belgrade bypass to Pančevo are done.
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Old November 27th, 2013, 01:28 AM   #5062
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Motorway from Niš to administrative crossing Merdare will not to build soon. Not have any plans in next decade, or more... just "gossips" by politicians...
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Old November 27th, 2013, 07:49 AM   #5063
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Number one priority over all other priorities for Serbia is this - namely, Kragujevac-Batocina(E-75) expressway and Kragujevac bypass project, both of crucial importance for Fiat's operations (Fiat has become the country's #1 exporter, with 1,2 billion in registered exports for the first nine months) in Serbia's fourth largest city.

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Wednesday, 11/20/2013|14:39 | Source: Beta

Minister of Regional Development Igor Mirovic said Tuesday that a four-lane road from Kragujevac to Corridor X should be completed in 2015.

After a meeting with local self-government officials, Mirovic told the press that the work on the last five-kilometer stretch of that road should commence in late 2014.

The minister stressed that there was no more time to waste and that deadlines needed to be shortened. Mirovic also talked with the representatives of Kragujevac, Batocina municipality and the Fiat automobili Srbija company about the bypass around Kragujevac where works are more than four months behind the schedule.
It's still not certain which bypass will be built first, southern variant which includes a tunnel or the northern bypass:
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Old November 27th, 2013, 07:53 AM   #5064
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Another hurdle cleared regarding Chinese loan for Corridor 11 works

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The Treaty on Chinese loan for the section Obrenovac - Ljig
Tuesday, 26 11 2013th | 17:26 | Source: Reuters

The Serbian parliament confirmed on Tuesday (November 26th 2013. ) Several treaties and agreements , including the agreement with the Chinese Export -Import Bank for a loan of 301 million USD for the construction of the highway Obrenovac - Ljig .


The interest rate is 2.5% per year , the grace period is five years and the repayment period of 15 years .


Assembly confirmed and Annex 2 of the Agreement with the Government of China on economic and technical cooperation in infrastructure , and agreements with the governments of Russia and Ukraine on cooperation in railway transport .

Endorsed by the European Agreement on Main Inland Waterways of International Importance , as well as an agreement with the Canadian commercial corporation strategic economic cooperation .

Parliament has confirmed an agreement with the Australian Government about aviation . It also confirmed the agreement on international road transport of passengers and goods in Slovakia, as well as agreement with Morocco for the avoidance of double taxation.
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Old November 27th, 2013, 07:57 AM   #5065
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Meanwhile, negotiations continue with Chinese about further investments into Serbia's road infrastructure, including the ~120km Pojate-Preljina motorway, which should eventually connect Corridors X and XI via the cities of Cacak, Kraljevo, Vrnjacka Banja and Krusevac:


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Nikolic with CRBC delegation on new investments

BELGRADE - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic met with a delegation of the China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) on Tuesday, which informed him that works on a bridge over the Danube River in Belgrade will be completed on time, and that the company is interested in other infrastructure projects.

The delegation of the CRBC, which is doing most of works on the bridge that will connect the Belgrade municipality of Zemun and neighborhood of Borca, said to the president that 70 percent of works have been completed, and there is around a year to finish the entire project, Advisor to the Serbian president Stanislava Pak Stankovic told Tanjug.

She noted that certain problems arose, followed by some hints that the deadlines could be missed, but stressed that all problems were successfully overcome.

The president said to the delegation of the Chinese company that he knows that there was a problem with a Serbian partner, which "was practically an obstacle to further works on the bridge", she said.

The president guaranteed to Chinese and all other investors in Serbia that the selection of their Serbian partners- Serbian companies with which they would do the job- will never again be governed by political interests, which was the case previously, the presidential advisor said.

“The best partner will be chosen, the ones that meet the criteria and can ensure that works will run smoothly and be completed within the set time frame,” Pak underscored.

The Chinese side is interested in engaging in other infrastructure projects, including the highway from Pojate to Preljina, central Serbia, and the construction of a high-speed railway from Belgrade to Budapest, which was announced in Bucharest on Monday.

During the meeting, officials noted that infrastructure projects in Serbia should be realized through concessions, as Serbia is in an adverse position as far as its loan indebtedness is concerned.

“It was noted that, though the situation is difficult, Serbia is still an attractive investment destination, that the climate and conditions are being created so that foreign investors, especially from the friendly state of China could come in greater numbers. The state, the president in particular, will be a guarantor that they could do their work without any hindrance,” Pak concluded.

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Old November 27th, 2013, 08:12 AM   #5066
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New Danube bridge has just been announced - apparently, Belgrade's respected Traffic Institute CIP is currently working on the project of a new road bridge which should connect two townships along the river, Backa Palanka & Nestin, whose inhabitants are currently hampered by two Croatian border crossings.

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Old November 27th, 2013, 08:15 AM   #5067
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Small update from the site of Belgrade's second Danube bridge, as it nears completion ...

























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Old November 27th, 2013, 10:54 AM   #5068
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There will only be 24 km left to the Kosovo-Serbia border, for Kosovo to build.
Do you know if Serbia have made any plans to build a motorway to the border from Nis?

Hopefully they can expand the border crossing allowing a larger number of traffic to pass there. As it is now the Serbian border police and the Kosovan border police are not fast enough.

The only neighbour states that Serbia still have not been connected through motorway is Kosovo and Montenegro.
There is no plan to connect inner Serbia with its southern province Kosovo. Amount of traffic doesn't demand it.


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Old November 27th, 2013, 11:23 AM   #5069
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The last section of the highway "Ibrahim Rugova" that connects Kosovo and Albania, completed today the inclusion of lighting in the village Mazgit, near Pristina, in the presence of top leaders of Kosovo and foreign ambassadors.


This section of the highway will be opened for traffic tomorrow morning.

President Atifete Jahjaga said in a speech to the highway evidence that Kosovo is ready to own power, did great works that facilitate communication, foster collaboration and connecting countries and allow free movement of people and goods.

- The highway is a magnificent work of our lifetime interconnects, allows us to freely and without hindrance communicate, to exchange goods and use all our resources to the development and prosperity of our people - she said.

Jahjaga reiterated that Kosovo is building "a state of equal citizens, and overall state."

- Building a country where the freedom of every citizen to respect, appreciate and promote, in which the law and the Constitution based on its construction, and where responsibility and liability for the state equal for all - she said. Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said that it has successfully completed the construction of one of the largest and announced that it will soon begin a new, referring to the start of construction of the highway Pristina-General Jankovic.

Highway to Albania has a total width of 28 meters, with four lanes in each direction by 3.7 meters wide and two auxiliary lanes 3 meters, the green belt in the middle of four meters.

The average design speed is 120 kilometers per hour.
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Old November 27th, 2013, 03:02 PM   #5070
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New Danube bridge has just been announced - apparently, Belgrade's respected Traffic Institute CIP is currently working on the project of a new road bridge which should connect two townships along the river, Backa Palanka & Nestin, whose inhabitants are currently hampered by two Croatian border crossings.

Would have been Schengen, such plans wouldn't be necessary...
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Old November 27th, 2013, 03:18 PM   #5071
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Would have been Schengen, such plans wouldn't be necessary...
We have a saying in Serbian: "Life is a mother to someone, while to someone else a stepmother". The same goes for Schengen.
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Old November 27th, 2013, 03:27 PM   #5072
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Anyway, seems to be good progress in Serbia.
That second bridge over the Danube in Belgrade will be great. When is the completion date estimated?
I have to plan my Spring/Summer car trip home, next year, through Serbia, wasn't there since 2011
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Old November 27th, 2013, 04:08 PM   #5073
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It should be finished in October 2014. Then Belgrade needs only two more bridges over the Danube.
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Old November 27th, 2013, 04:23 PM   #5074
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What is the status of the Pancevo bridge?
Does it need renovation?
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Old November 27th, 2013, 04:52 PM   #5075
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I think it does, I'm not certain.
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Old November 27th, 2013, 05:02 PM   #5076
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New Danube bridge has just been announced - apparently, Belgrade's respected Traffic Institute CIP is currently working on the project of a new road bridge which should connect two townships along the river, Backa Palanka & Nestin, whose inhabitants are currently hampered by two Croatian border crossings.

How come, nobody came with the idea to move the border a little bit?
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Old November 27th, 2013, 05:05 PM   #5077
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How come, nobody came with the idea to move the border a little bit?
Maybe you Romanians should return former Hungarian lands to Hungary before moving Croatian borders and giving Croatian land to Serbia.
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Old November 27th, 2013, 05:19 PM   #5078
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Maybe you Romanians should return former Hungarian lands to Hungary before moving Croatian borders and giving Croatian land to Serbia.
Jesus, I didn't want to offend nobody's feelings, I'm sorry.
I was thinking more like a land change or any other agreement between both countries.
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Old November 27th, 2013, 05:39 PM   #5079
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I was thinking more like a land change or any other agreement between both countries.
LOL at the thought that someone would think of that one again after it was attempted only 20 years ago. Did you not look at what is only around 20km upstream???
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Old November 27th, 2013, 05:45 PM   #5080
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When the new bridge is built, the old one will probably be closed. No reason to spend money repairing it anymore.
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