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Serbia, Turkey formalise cooperation for €830 million Belgrade-Sarajevo motorway

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Serbia has cemented its cooperation deal with Turkey for construction of the Belgrade-Sarajevo motorway at an estimated cost of around €830 million.

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The 60km motorway will be an extension of the Corridor 11 project and start where the 31km long Preljine-Pozega segment of Corridor 11 ends, Serbian media reported, WorldHighways.com reported.

Belgrade-Sarajevo motorway will run from Pozega via Uzice to Kotroman on the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina of which Sarajevo is the capital.

The cooperation agreement was signed during the recent visit to Serbia of Turkish president Recep Erdogan.

Zorana Mihajlovic, Serbia’s deputy prime minister and minister of construction, transport and infrastructure, signed a wide-ranging letter of intent with her Turkish counterpart, Ahmet Arslan to cooperate on more infrastructure projects.


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