Serbia and RS to build 3 hydropower plants on Drina River

According to the Serbian government, Brnabic also "expect that this cooperation will be much more intensive in the coming period."

Speaking at a joint press conference together with RS Prime Minister Radovan Viskovic, held after the joint session of the governments of Serbia and the Serb entity in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brnabic said that "both sides need new energy capacities."
Therefore, we are working on joint projects for the construction of three hydropower plants in the upper Drina River, and these works will influence GDP growth in both Serbia and the RS, she explained.
Speaking about the links between Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia, and Serbia with the RS, the Serbian prime minister said that infrastructure projects, such as the construction of roads, are a goal for the future period.
Brnabic pointed out that, as far as Serbia and the RS are concerned, everything was completed regarding the construction of the Bratunac-Ljubovija bridge, and added that she understands citizens' dissatisfaction because the bridge is not yet functional due to problems at the federal level.
However, the tender for the completion of works on this bridge will be finished on March 7, she explained, adding that a significant project for Serbia is the construction of a fast road between Serbia and the RS, which should go through Loznica.
Brnabic pointed out that the focus of cooperation in the coming period is the development of agriculture and military industry, as well as the work on the automation of anti-hail protection, with the note that the trade between Serbia and the RS amounts to about €1.87 billion.
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