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Contract on constructing Ub–Lajkovac section on Corridor 11 signed

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Minister of Infrastructure Milutin Mrkonjic and a consortium of Serbian companies signed a contract on the construction of the Ub–Lajkovac section of Corridor 11 from Belgrade to the South Adriatic on Friday.

Following the signing Mrkonjic stressed that the consortium comprises road company PZP Beograd, Belgrade-based company Planum and the Putevi Uzice road company, noting that the deadline for completing the works is 16 months.

He underlined that this consortium gave the most favourable offer for the construction of the motorway which is 12.5 kilometres long and has 12 bridges. The price of the works is RSD 7.33 billion and the repayment period is 12 months.

The technical documentation for construction of the parts of the motorway from Obrenovac to Ub and from Lajkovac to Ljig will be completed by autumn. The construction works might start by the end of the year.

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The Belgrade–Pozega–South Adriatic motorway is part of the future Corridor 11 which will connect Serbia, Montenegro and Romania.

The Minister expressed his belief that an agreement will be reached with Montenegrin government representatives next week regarding the joint motorway project.

Mrkonjic said that 1,000 people will be directly engaged and indirectly many more.

The agreement was signed by General Manager of PZP Beograd Boro Jelic and member of the managing board of the Corridor 10 company Darko Pesic.

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