Vesic: Serbia, Hungary to have joint projects on Danube

BUDAPEST - Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesic met with the president of the Western Balkans committee of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Attila Galambos, in Budapest on Wednesday.

They discussed a bilateral agreement under which Hungary has secured 80 mln euros for projects in Serbia.

They announced they would propose new joint projects, especially on the Danube river, and that the Serbian and Hungarian chambers of commerce would work on expediting truck traffic across the Serbia-Hungary border.

Speaking to Tanjug after the meeting, Vesic said Hungary was assisting infrastructure and environmental protection projects in Serbia with 80 mln euros.

He announced a session of a working group tasked with defining new joint projects to be carried out as part of the agreement would be scheduled in the next...

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