MPs to discuss preventing Hungary from entering Divača-Koper project

Ljubljana, 12 May - The National Assembly is meeting on Wednesday to discuss an opposition-sponsored bill to eliminate the option of foreign capital entering the Divača-Koper rail track, currently the country's largest-scale infrastructure project, worth just under EUR 1 billion.

Construction work on the new, 27-km rail track between the hub of Divača and the port of Koper, south-west.
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