AzVirt zainteresovan za poslove u vezi završetka obilaznice oko Beograda, privatizaciju srpskih firmi

Azerbejdžanska kompanija za izgradnju puteva AzVirt zainteresovana je za poslove u vezi završetka obilaznice oko Beograda, privatizaciju srpskih firmi. Azerbejdžanska građevinska firma AzVirt zainteresovana je da se uključi u projekte za završetak obilaznice oko Beograda, rečeno je juče na sastanku između ministra građevine, transporta i infrastrukture Zorane Mihajlović i prvog čoveka Azvirta Kamila Alijeva, kojem je takođe prisustvovao ambasador Azerbejdžana u Srbiji Eldar Hasanov, objavljeno na veb sajtu ministarstva. AzVirt je glavni izvođać radova na deonici Ljig - Preljina dužine 40 km. na koridoru 11 u Srbiji, podseća se u izveštaju.
U odvojenom sastanku sa mandatorom za sastav vlade Aleksandrom Vučićem, Alijev je izneo zainteresovanost AzVirt-a za  privatizaciju srpskih firmi. U vestima s tim u vezi, juče je sprska vlada formirala radne grupe za problematiku obilaznice oko Beograda i druge investicione projekte putne  infrastrukture. Kada bude završena, beogradska obilaznica biće 46 km dugačka, sa po dve trake u oba pravca, četiri tunela i 41 mostom, navodi se u saopštenju ministarstva.

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Azerbaijani road builder AzVirt interested in Belgrade bypass completion, privatization of Serbian firms. Azerbaijani construction firm AzVirt is interested in joining projects for the completion of the Belgrade bypass, it was said in yesterday’s meeting between Construction, Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Zorana Mihajlovic and AzVirt’s top man Kamil Aliyev, which was also attended by Azerbaijani Ambassador to Serbia Eldar Hasanov, according to a news release on the ministry’s website. AzVirt is the main contractor on the 40-kilometer Ljig-Preljina section of the Corridor 11 highway in Serbia, reports recalled.
In a separate meeting with Prime Minister-designate Aleksandar Vucic, Aliyev expressed AzVirt’s interest in the privatization of Serbian firms. In related news, the Serbian government yesterday gave the go-ahead for setting up a working group to handle the Belgrade bypass and other capital road infrastructure projects. Upon completion, the Belgrade bypass will be 46 kilometers long, with two lanes in each direction, featuring four tunnels and 41 bridges, according to a statement from the ministry.