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CRBC will carry out works of appropriate quality on the priority section of the highway Bar-Boljare (Smokovac – Uvac – Matesevo) within the stipulated time, the chairman of the Chinese company Wen Gang said at a meeting with the Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs Ivan Brajovic.
Montenegrin delegation led by Brajovic participated at the 7th International Infrastructure Forum held in Macau, China, on 2 and 3 June.
Participants of this year’s forum exchanged opinions and views on the implementation of major infrastructure projects, particularly focusing on finding new models and solving the problem of financing, as well as implementation of the idea “one belt, one road”.
At the meeting, Brajovic and Gang summarised the activities and dynamics of the first highway section project implementation in the period since the Summit of Heads of Government of China and Central and Eastern Europe Countries, which was held in Suzhou, China, in November 2015.
Wen thanked Brajovic for the great help and support in the implementation of the project and pointed out that CRBC would carry out the works of appropriate quality within the stipulated time.
He pointed out that this was the most important CRBC’s project in the region.
“Montenegro has a lot of potential for expansion of cooperation with CRBC, which is primarily related to railway infrastructure and transport, road infrastructure, the Port of Bar and other projects”, Wen said.
At the end of the meeting, Brajovic thanked for CRBC’s socially responsible activities in Montenegro.
He underscored that the positive effects of the project implementation on the economic environment in the country, as well as the fact that future cooperation of the state and CRBC on other projects would depend on the quality of this project.
Montenegrin delegation also visited the construction site for the bridge of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao.
This facility is one of the largest infrastructure projects implemented in the region of Hong Kong. CRBC is carrying out the works on the giant bridge connecting the western side of Hong Kong and Macao (length 29.6km).
Source: Cafe Del Montenegro