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OSMANI: FROM SKOPJE TO PRISHTINA IN LES THAN AN HOUR
12:57, Thursday, July 25, 2019

Deputy Prime Minister in charge of European Affairs Bujar Osmani, as coordinator of the Government for the implementation of the project Skopje-Blace, together with the Director of the Public Enterprise for State Roads Zoran Kitanov today publicly presented the announcement of the tender for the realisation of the first phase of the highway Skopje - Blace.

"As a project coordinator, I am particularly pleased that today we can announce that the Skopje-Blace project is being launched, one of the most important infrastructure priorities of the Government, by which the Republic of North Macedonia will be connected to the Republic of Kosovo via the highway" Osmani said, pointing out. today announced the tender for the construction of the first phase of the highway with a length of 2 km, starting from the border to Skopje.

Osmani also recalled the summit of the Berlin Process that took place in Poznan, Poland, at the beginning of the month, where, within the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF), new 27 million euros were provided (27.2) - grant, i.e. grants from the European Union, intended for funding the second part of the route, for about 11 km long.

"With the construction of this highway and its connection with the Pristina-Blace highway, the interconnection between Skopje and Pristina will be reduced from more than two hours to less than an hour, making Skopje and Pristina essentially the nearest capitals on the Balkans" - emphasized Osmani, thus stressing the importance of this project, both from an economic point of view, to the promotion of the trade exchange between the two countries, as well as from a political and social aspect, toward connecting the countries and peoples in the region ", stressed Osmani

"The future highway will be built in accordance with the European standards with 2 lanes for driving and 1 lane for one-way stopping. The width of the driving lanes is 3.5m, the lane for stopping is 2.75m, i.e. the total width of the asphalt pavement in one direction is 10.25m. "Said PESR Director Zoran Kitanov, pointing out that the deadline for the bids for the tender that is published today for the first phase of the highway from the BC - Blace to the village Blace, 2 km long, will last until September 4th this year. Kitanov pointed out that the section is planned to build a connection to the village of Blace and the existing main road, and pointed out that two circular flows have been designed for connecting with the customs terminal Blace and the existing national road, which he indicated would be used as an alternative way.

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