Goran Vesic

Vesic: EXPO 2027 construction works to cost around 2.5 bln euros

BELGRADE - Works on implementing the Leap Into the Future - Serbia 2027 programme will be completed by December 2026 and the cost of constructing new fair grounds, an expo site and a residential district for EXPO 2027 is estimated at 2.5 bln euros, Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesic said on Friday.

Agreement signed to finance construction of green stations on Serbian motorways

BELGRADE - Roads of Serbia, Itech Corp and Elcom Bgd representatives signed on Wednesday an agreement on financing for the construction of 16 green stations on Serbian motorways, to be equipped with electric chargers.

The funds will go to projects to build accompanying amenities for users of electric chargers in existing rest areas and on parking lots.

Vesic: Budapest-Athens high-speed rail line to be historic

BELGRADE - Thanks to Monday's agreement between Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Greece will join a project to build a 1,500 km high-speed rail line from Budapest to Athens, which will be a historic victory for the Western Balkans, with Corridor 10 to become one of the most important European transport corridors, says Serbian Minister of Construction, Transpo

Vucic: Fruska Gora corridor to be completed in two and half years

IRIG - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday the entire Fruska Gora corridor, spanning 47.7 km, would be completed in two and a half years.

Vucic said this during a visit to the construction site of the Iriski venac tunnel near Irig, northern Serbia.

"I think there have never been so many bridges under construction in Novi Sad," he remarked.

Subotica-Szeged rail line reinstated after eight years

SUBOTICA - After eight years, a rail line between the Serbian city of Subotica and the Hungarian city of Szeged was reinstated on Tuesday.

To mark the occasion, Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesic welcomed his Hungarian counterpart Janos Lazar at the Palic railway station near Subotica.

Serbia, North Macedonia sign memorandum to build Nis-Skopje HSR line

BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesic and his North Macedonian counterpart Blagoje Bocvarski signed on Friday in Belgrade a memorandum on the construction of a high-speed rail line between Nis and Skopje, for which the two countries will jointly request EU funds.

New building of Belgrade's Prokop train station ceremonially opens

BELGRADE - The new building of the Belgrade Center train station at Prokop was opened on Friday at a ceremony also attended by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.

The building - as well as the station itself, whose construction began almost five decades ago - was opened on October 20, the day of Belgrade's liberation from Nazi occupation in WWII.

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