- Friday, February 09, 2018 4:45 PM
Skopje, 9 February 2018 (MIA) - Construction of the Corridor 8 railway section networking Albania and Macedonia is the priority of the countries' governments, agreed Friday director of public enterprise "Macedonian Railways-Infrastructure" Irfan Asani and Albanian counterpart Ani Durmishi.
The railway section is scheduled pass through Kicevo, Struga, Lin and reach Durres, Macedonian Railways said in a press release.
"The final project of the railroad leading to the Albanian border has been drafted," said Asani.
According to Durmishi, railway networking with Macedonia is a priority for the Albanian government.
"The feasibility study for this section has been completed and the government is giving priority to the construction that will yield economic benefits for both countries," said Durmishi.
Macedonian Railways-Infrastructure and Albanian Railways have signed a memorandum of cooperation that stipulates coordination and joint promotion before international funds for the Kicevo-Lin railroad section, which completion is expected by 2023. ik/16:41
All Rights Reserved.This material may not be stored, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in any form, except with the prior express permission of Macedonian Information Agency.
- 12:05 PM | Croatian biker Zeljan Rakela promotes his book in Macedonia
Croatian biker and adventurer Zeljan Rakela will promote Sunday in Macedonia the book of his thrill-...
- 11:50 AM | Greek police arrest 2 migrant traffickers, 14 Syrians
Greek police say they have arrested two migrant traffickers who were transporting 14 undocumented Sy...
- 11:33 AM | UN Security Council approves 30-day Syria ceasefire
The UN Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution demanding a 30-day ceasefire in Syria ...
- 4:28 PM | PM Zaev confirms he is mulling government reshuffle
Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said Saturday he was considering reshuffling the government and increasing...
- 3:05 PM | PM Zaev meets tobacco producers in Konche
Average prices for purchasing tobacco have reached MKD 217 per kg. More than 30,000 families that gr...