16 October 2019
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At the intitiation of opposition parties, Kosovo’s parliament today debates its ongoing dialogue with Serbia. The prime minister Ramush Haradinaj said during the discussion that the parliament should take control of the final stages of the dialogue. “All political parties should unite for the final phase. It is necessary to unite the political parties because, in this phase, we will reach the final agreement,” Haradinaj said.

Today in Ston Croatia’s Hrvatske Ceste (HC) and China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) will sign records of the handover of project documents for the construction of the Pelješac bridge. The plan is to first demolish the pillars that were built during the construction of the previous bridge. At the same time floating barges will be prepared at the bridge location, from which further drilling tests of the seabed will be carried out in seven places, reports Fena. If everything turns out as expected, the bridge’s first pillars will be built by the end of this year. The completion of the Pelješac bridge with accessible roads is planned by 2022.

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