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Hungary and Slovakia to build bridge across Ipoly

Christian Fernsby |
Representatives of the Hungarian and Slovak governments signed an agreement on building a new bridge across the river Ipoly between Drégelypalánk in Hungary and Ipolyhídvég (Ipelske Predmostie) in Slovakia.

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László Palkovics, Hungary’s minister of innovation and technology, said the agreement was the fourth bilateral accord to be signed over the past year on building bridges along a 250-kilometre section of the Ipoly, a part of the border between the two countries.

Árpád Érsek, the Slovak transport and construction minister, said that the new bridge would be completed by the spring of 2020.

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