Private investor pays utility charge for new Ljubljana Passenger Centre

Ljubljana, 15 November - In what Ljubljana Mayor Zoran Janković described on Tuesday as the final step towards the launch of construction of the long-delayed Ljubljana Passenger Centre, a public utility fee worth EUR 24.8 million had been paid to the city by the investor operating on behalf of the Hungarian bank OTP.

A 3D rendering of the Ljubljana Passenger Centre, known as Emonika, a mixed transport and commercial development in the centre of Ljubljana.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

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