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During today’s visit to the construction site of the priority section of the Motorway, Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković expressed his satisfaction with the works carried out so far and requested additional efforts and commitment from all the entities involved in the project so that the activities were even more intensive, and our most important infrastructure project was completed as soon as possible and at the highest level of quality…
During today’s visit to the construction site of the priority section of the Motorway, Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković expressed his satisfaction with the works carried out so far and requested additional efforts and commitment from all the entities involved in the project so that the activities were even more intensive, and our most important infrastructure project was completed as soon as possible and at the highest level of quality.
The performance and operation of all system components were analysed at the meeting, which was attended, in addition to the representatives of the Government as an investor and CRBC as a contractor, by the delegations of Monteput, State Audit Commission and the French-Italian Consortium Ingerop Conseil & Ingenierie – Geodata Engineering, as a supervisory authority.
It was estimated that previous works have been carried out well and within the deadlines, after initial delays in 2016. The meeting also concluded that efforts need to be intensified, noting that it is necessary to speed up implementation in the daily communication and, where possible, to shorten the deadlines, as well as to complete as soon as possible the work on the projects for the supply of electricity and water and projects, and for the construction of the Smokovac connection, so that the realisation of these projects could begin already this summer.
The meeting pointed to the fact that both countries – Montenegro and the People’s Republic of China – do not look at this project from the economic point of view only, but also see it as the result of quality bilateral relations, and a project that can serve as a good example.
Prime Minister Marković said at the meeting that, thanks to the successful economic policy of the Government, the budget has enough money for the project of the Motorway, adding that there will be no one more satisfied than him, as the Prime Minister, when all the foreseen money is spent, because it will mean that all the foreseen works are completed.
Prime Minister Marković visited the construction site of the Motorway in order to personally confirm the flow of works. On that occasion, he expressed his satisfaction with what he saw.
“Today, as before, I had the opportunity to see very intensive works on this Montenegrin historical construction project, implemented through CRBC and their subcontractors. I am already the third time on this site, with the intent to support the contractor and all efforts that are going to make this project complete within the agreed time,” the Prime Minister said at the construction site of the Motorway near the tunnel and bridge in Gornje Mrke.
The Prime Minister noted that this is a very demanding and complex construction project that is exposed to various types of risks and impacts. Therefore, as he stressed, all the necessary safety measures must be taken, while the works are running smoothly.
“Today, at this location, we see that the works continue intensively. At the moment, more than 3,500 workers are engaged on the Motorway. Mr. Hei (Shiqiang, Director of CRBC Monetengro) told me that by the end of the month, it will be about 4,000 workers. Because the weather conditions are being improved, new machines will be delivered and we are all in the mood, we all have the intention to stand firm with this project and ensure its quality completion in the time and, of course, in the required quality,” the Prime Minister said.
The Prime Minister expressed his satisfaction with the fact that the Montenegrin company Bemax, the contractor at the site he visited, managed to meet the highest standards.
“I want to congratulate them on that. This means that with this project we will also get companies that are able not only to carry out such projects in Montenegro, but I believe that they will be competitive in the regional and wider European market. So, congratulations to CRBC and Bemax as a subcontractor,” Prime Minister Marković said.
PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF MONTENEGRO
Source: Government of Montenegro