“In two and a half years a bridge over the Sava, at Sremska Rača, will be constructed, as part of the construction of the motorway Belgrade – Sarajevo“, the Deputy Prime Minister has announced and pointed out the significance of regional projects in which “Serbia has invested 13 billion euros in total“.
Infrastructure projects for better connection with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Romania, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Albania, will improve the quality of the citizens' lives and contribute to the faster movement of people and goods, the reduction of transport costs and the shortening of wait times on borders.
“Beside this section, we will also connect with Bosnia and Herzegovina via the motorway Požega - Kotroman, where we will also have one border crossing. With integrated border crossings on Bratoljub, this bridge and Kotroman, it is estimated that transport costs will be reduced by 25 percent”, Mihajlović said.
The Government of the Republic of Serbia has allocated 220 million euros for the works on the construction of the section of the motorway Belgrade – Sarajevo and the bridge over the Sava at Sremska Rača, carried out by the Turkish company “Taşyapi“.