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Govt. “considering 25-year concession for Belgrade airport”

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The Serbian government is considering offering a 25-year concession for Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport, Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has revealed.

I would bring a 350-400 million euro advance payment and a further 10-11 million every year, he said on Friday, while touring the airport.

A decision has not yet been made, but the government is closest to offering a concession, he said.

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“We would go for an advance payment for the entire contract and an annual concession fee. A tender procedure would be opened and I think we would be able to secure a 25-year concession,” Vucic said.

Talks about this are underway with concession adviser Lazard Freres, Vucic added.

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