- Thursday, May 17, 2018 8:12 PM
Skopje, 17 May 2018 (MIA) – Transport, Communication Minister Goran Sugareski attended Thursday in Sofia a meeting on transport links of Western Balkan countries and presented the ongoing and future infrastructure projects in Macedonia – part of the Corridors 8 and 10.
‘These projects will advance the transport connectivity, considering the fact that an establishment of safe, secure Trans-European Transport Network in Macedonia as part of the European one is a common goal of the countries in the region aspiring for a full-fledged EU membership,’ Sugareski told the meeting.
The meeting was focused on the theme of connectivity with a view to improve the links with the Western Balkans and within the region itself and potential projects to that effect were presented to representatives of international financial institutions.
The gathering is part of the World Economic Forum’s strategic dialogue on the Western Balkans, which aims to advance private public partnerships to promote investment in the region. lk/20:10
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