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Old December 29th, 2010, 08:57 PM   #1641
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Fresh pics of Belgrade's new Sava river bridge...



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Old December 31st, 2010, 03:56 AM   #1642
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Pancevo city road crew wishes everyone a Happy New Year

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Old January 3rd, 2011, 11:28 PM   #1643
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Until now, I never took these signs very seriously...

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Serbian Air Force now patrols the country's motorways...
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Old January 4th, 2011, 02:07 PM   #1644
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Until now, I never took these signs very seriously...

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Serbian Air Force now patrols the country's motorways...
If one drives from Surcin between 7.40 and 9.30 a.m, one can see planes from Batajnica flying very low around Belgrade. Those mofo's can be seen every working day, and once I was coming back from Belgrade airport, I almost crashed into a truck in front of me, since I was staring at them. They usualy fly in pairs. Needless to say, I was completely stoned. I wish I were a Jamaican, since they don't have jets, but only helicopters in their airforce, and they are distraction-free in comparison with jets, and they have lots of weed.
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Old January 6th, 2011, 06:56 PM   #1645
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Had similar experience with Eagles near Ladjevci.
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Old January 7th, 2011, 06:21 PM   #1646
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December update - Belgrade's newest Sava river bridge
























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Old January 7th, 2011, 07:52 PM   #1647
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^ Wow! This is outstanding!
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Old January 7th, 2011, 09:51 PM   #1648
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This is so cool...
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Old January 8th, 2011, 09:36 PM   #1649
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Yes, Sava bridge is very nice.
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Old January 10th, 2011, 08:24 PM   #1650
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"Chinese bridge" works in April

10 January 2011 | 09:33 | Source: Tanjug

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BELGRADE -- The construction of a bridge in Belgrade over the Danube River will begin in April this year, said officials.

The bridge will link Belgrade's Zemun and Borča municipalities.

Minister for National Investment Plan Verica Kalanović stated that the advance payment to be made to the Chinese company China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) has not yet been determined.

However, she said, "it will certainly not exceed 15 percent of the total amount due".

According to the deal with the Chinese side, the construction should start from the river, which is why the land expropriation does not need to be completed by then, Kalanović pointed out.


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Old January 12th, 2011, 03:43 PM   #1651
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Google-translated article...

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Works on the Belgrade bypass to begin by spring

12. January 2011. | 09:20 | Source: Tanjug

Belgrade - The route of the bypass around Belgrade in the spring will begin work on the loop Batajnica in length of 3.9 kilometers and 6.1 kilometers of road from Dobanovci to Batajnica.

Company "Corridor 10" states that are expected to continue work on the tunnel Strazevica.

"During the year, will be started and works to build bridges to the sector B5 - Orlovaca of the tunnel Strazevica, as well as the continuation of the sector B6 - from Strazevica to Bubanj Potok " the statement said.

Work to build a loop Batajnica got the company Planum and Ratko Mitrovic ", and the deadline for completion is 730 days. On the ring road around Belgrade from Dobanovci to Batajnica, Strabag will work and will also have 730 days to finish the job.

Work on the tunnel Strazevica, which is 750 meters long, running Energoprojekt and work should be completed by 31 July.

Construction of three bridges on the section of Orlovaca-Bubanj Potok will begin in March and the deadline for completion is 540 days, the statement said.


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Old January 12th, 2011, 07:52 PM   #1652
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Do you happen to know the amount of toll a small car has to pay from the macedonian border to the hungarian one, on E75?
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Old January 12th, 2011, 09:45 PM   #1653
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Do you happen to know the amount of toll a small car has to pay from the macedonian border to the hungarian one, on E75?
15€
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Old January 12th, 2011, 10:00 PM   #1654
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Old January 13th, 2011, 10:21 PM   #1655
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A piece of news that was published a few days ago in the Romania media:

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Serbia would invest 900 million in highway
Monday, January 10, 2011 2:17 p.m.

A total of 900 million euros resulting from the sale of national telecommunications company Telekom Srbija will be invested for the construction of new highways, infrastructure minister said on Monday Serbian Milutin Mrkonjic, transmit Tanjug.

In an interview with the daily Press, Milutin Mrkonjic said that money from the sale of Telekom Srbija will be earmarked for the construction of new highway between Belgrade and Krusevac (central Serbia) via Cacak and Kraljevo and between Novi Sad and Loznica (western Serbia) via Ruma and Sabac.

Also, Mrkonjic added that money will be invested in other infrastructure project, without specifying why the project is about. "President Boris Tadic has insisted that the money resulting from the sale of Telekom Srbija will not be used for Corridor 10 but for other infrastructure projects', said Milutin Mrkonjic, adding that funds for construction of Corridor 10 have already been secured.

The Serbian government has launched in October last year the procedure for selling a package of 51% stake in national telecommunications company Telekom Srbija, a company in which OTE holds a 20 percent stake. Serbian Minister of Economy, Mladjan Dinkic, has estimated that Serbia will receive at least 1.4 billion package of 51% of Telekom Srbija.
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Well done! Romania should've done the same with its privatisation moneys.
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Old January 13th, 2011, 11:38 PM   #1656
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That would be nice, though many here are skeptical about it.
Only time will tell what will happen.

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In an interview with the daily Press, Milutin Mrkonjic said that money from the sale of Telekom Srbija will be earmarked for the construction of new highway between Belgrade and Krusevac (central Serbia) via Cacak and Kraljevo and between Novi Sad and Loznica (western Serbia) via Ruma and Sabac.
This is a map of that Novi Sad-Ruma-Sabac-Loznica motorway...so-called "Danube to Drina (via Sava) river motorway". Serbia's longest road tunnel, at ~2,800 meters in length, will also be built there, passing under Fruska Gora national park:



Its eastern branch should stretch from Novi Sad via Zrenjanin towards Timisoara.


Another thing...since this might be confusing to some people:

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In an interview with the daily Press, Milutin Mrkonjic said that money from the sale of Telekom Srbija will be earmarked for the construction of new highway between Belgrade and Krusevac (central Serbia) via Cacak and Kraljevo and between Novi Sad and Loznica (western Serbia) via Ruma and Sabac.
What is really meant here is that funds from the Telekom sale will be spent on:

a) construction of the first major section Belgrade-Bar motorway (or Corridor 11 if you will) - from Beograd to Pozega/Cacak.
b) connecting this new Corridor 11 with hopefully by then finished Corridor 10 (Belgrade-Nis motorway), via the cities of Kraljevo & Krusevac - blue line on the map below:


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Old January 15th, 2011, 09:20 AM   #1657
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Thanks a lot for the explanations. It's nice to see tha C XI found some funds in Serbia.

I'll copy this on the Romanian forum as well, if you don't mind.
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Old January 15th, 2011, 07:15 PM   #1658
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Is the E-75 from Horgos to Belgrade finished?If not how much time is left?
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Old January 16th, 2011, 11:37 AM   #1659
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Is the E-75 from Horgos to Belgrade finished?If not how much time is left?
It's under construction and, as our authorities said, part from Horgos to Novi sad will be completed in March 2011. Only Beska bridge on Danube will be completed during 2012.
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Old January 17th, 2011, 02:23 PM   #1660
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Well done! Romania should've done the same with its privatisation moneys.
sorry to dissapoint you, but this is an old news that's partly not valid anymore.
IMF had sessions of talks with Serbian government a couple of weeks ago, and Serbian authorities had to pre-agree to IMF terms of funding Serbia's foreign debts and withdrawn credits by paying them off from Telecom privatisation incomes. This 'bad news' didn't come out loud in medias mostly cos it is very unpopular and it ceeds promised 'corridors' and all that stuff to a minimal funding. 900 million Euros are just a fairlytale after IMF treaty, unless Serbian Telecom gets sold for unbelievable amount of money. It is way more likely that the starting saling price of 1,4 Billion Euros won't be overdriven too much from an investors. The last news was that France Telecom and Deutche Telecom required prolongations of bidding time, so that was done yesterday. Rummors upon this clarify us that they aren't much interested into Serbian Telecom at all.

All in all, sooner or later, or in my opinion, during this year closer to the end of it, it will be clearer that Telecom incomes won't be spent on motorways (or the summ will be miserable compared to 900m.), as IMF dictates its own conditions upon which Serbia already signed treaties.
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