“We will build gas pipelines to various parts of Serbia”, News
Serbia will build new gas pipelines, and it is important that they reach Vranje and Preševo, Tutin-Aleksandrovac, Prijepolje and Priboj, as well as Nova Varoš, Čajetina, Valjevo and Loznica, Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić said tonight.
At the annual conference, Vučić presented the projects of new gas pipelines in Serbia, and he also pointed out that the reversible hydropower plant Bistrica, as well as Đerdap 3, will be built.
“We have to invest a lot more,” said Vučić.
He also pointed to plans to build gas pipelines to Kosovska Mitrovica, but said that there are political problems for that.
He added that the financing of all those projects is planned in 2023, Nova reports.
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