28 December 2012


The State Roads Agency will put into use Friday reconstructed section Katlanovo-Veles within motorway Alexander the Great.
The 16-month overhaul of the 27,5km-long section included investments of approximately EUR 7 million.
Construction company "Granit" completed the works.
The reconstructed 27km-long section Katlanovo-Veles, part of motorway Alexander the Great, was put into use on Friday.

The EUR 7,3 million investment is part of the Government project for infrastructure modernization in the country.
Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski said section Katlanovo-Veles is one of the most frequent roads in Macedonia, reconstructed for the last time in 1985.
He announced that motorway section Veles-Skopje would be reconstructed in 2013, whereas the project on construction of highway Demir Kapija-Smokvica is ongoing.
"We will continue to build and allocate significant Budget funds for such capital projects", stressed PM Gruevski.
Minister of Transport and Communications Mile Janakieski stressed a project for overhaul of 13 bridges along Corridor 10 should be launched in 2013.
"European funds have been secured for rehabilitation of road Corridor 10 sections. Priority has been given to section Veles-Katlanovo, with reconstruction set to begin in the first half of 2013", added Janakieski.
Construction company "Granit" worked on section Katlanovo-Veles in the past 16 months.

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