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18 November 2017 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 00:15 GMT+1



September 8, 2017

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Greece-Bulgaria Agreement for the realization of a railway corridor goods between the two
nations
Collegherà the Greek ports of Salonicco, Kavala and Alexandropoli with the Bulgarian ports of Burgas, Vahrn and the fluvial port of call of Rousse

Wednesday to Kavala the Prime Ministers of Greece and Bulgaria, Alexis Tsipras and Boyko Borissov, have undersigned a memorandum of understanding for the development of the railway connections between the two nations with the realization of the line goods that will connect the Greek ports of Salonicco, Kavala and Alexandropoli with the Bulgarian ports of Burgas and Vahrn on the Black Sea. With the understanding Greece has accepted to extend the railway line to the port of Rousse on the Danube, that it is the main fluvial port of call of Bulgaria.

In the course of the encounter the ministers of the Transports of Greece and Bulgaria, Christos Spirtzis and Ivaylo Moskovski, have discussed the possibility to institute a society participated from the two nations that the task would have to obtain financings for the realization of the work, that it could provoke the interest of investor from the Mean to the Far East, in particular from China and Russia, and to manage the entire railway corridor. To such purpose the two ministers have expressed intention the intention to meet Violeta Bulc, European commissioner to the Transports, in order to define the modalities of constitution of the society.



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