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Ahead of the 9th Business Summit of Central and Eastern European Countries and China Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković and Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang visited construction site of Pelješac Bridge

11/04/2019|Categories: NEWS|

On April 11 prime ministers Plenković and Keqiang visited the construction site of the Pelješac Bridge. They symbolically lowered into the sea the last and biggest pylon from the first construction phase, the biggest of the 150 that will constitute the centre of the bridge, after which they unveiled a plaque to commemorate the completion of the first construction phase. The planting of the biggest pylon into the sea floor [...]

Prime Minister Andrej Plenković, Minister Gabrijela Žalac and Minister Oleg Butković with colleagues on Thursday visited the construction site of the Pelješac Bridge and met with representatives of CRBC.

04/02/2019|Categories: NEWS|

On that occasion, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said that construction work on the bridge is going very well, faster than expected.

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković on five-day visit to China

02/11/2018|Categories: NEWS|

During their official meeting in China, Prime Minister Plenković and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang talked about the Pelješac Bridge and expressed their satisfaction with the ongoing construction works. After his meeting with Prime Minister Plenković, Lu Shan, the chairman of China Road and Bridge Corporation, said to Croatian journalists that the project of the Pelješac Bridge was »very important for CRBC«. »It’s quite a sophisticated bridge, both because of the [...]

China Bridge and Road Corporation at European Road Conference

24/10/2018|Categories: NEWS|

The European Road Conference „Corridors for Shared Prosperity and Sustainable Mobility“ took place at the Valamar Lacroma Hotel in Dubrovnik from October 21 to 24. The conference was officially opened by the Minister of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure of the Republic of Croatia, Mr. Oleg Butković, which stated that road corridors were arteries that carried supplies and connected, enabling the flow of goods, services and life. [...]

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