According to the Montenegrin government, the reconstruction of the Durdevic Bridge, which is located on the Tara River, is planned for next year
and as it is one of the most important sights of Montenegro.
Today, the Minister of Transport of Montenegro, Osman Nurkovic, and the Director of the Department of International Assistance of the Ministry of Trade of the People's Republic of China signed an agreement to conduct research to develop a feasibility study for the reconstruction of the Durdevic Bridge on the Tara River
. During the signing of the agreement, Deputy Prime Minister of Montenegro, Milyutin Simovic and Chinese Ambassador, Cui Jivey, attended. The Montenegrin government statement also says that on this occasion an expert working group from China has been in Montenegro since December 3rd of this year.
"The Montenegrin and Chinese experts agreed on an action plan for the implementation of this reconstruction project
, and also discussed specific requirements and proposals, in addition, the Chinese side carried out research projects envisaged by the project and first acquainted with the topography and morphology of the area, the current state of the Djurdjevic Bridge, the state of public buildings, transport and infrastructure, as well as the main objectives of environmental protection, "said a statement by Montenegrin authorities.
The signed Agreement between Montenegro and China
created all the prerequisites for starting the development of feasibility studies and then creating a conceptual working project for the reconstruction of the bridge across the Tara River, which will ensure its implementation during the next construction season. Also, after the signing of the treaty, it was noted that this large-scale project will further strengthen the friendship between the peoples of Montenegro and China, and the renewed Djurdjevic Bridge
will make the Montenegrin direction even more attractive for travelers from all over the world and especially for Chinese tourists.
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