Slovenian Transport Minister Discusses 10th Pan-European Route in Belgrade
Belgrade, 5 September - Slovenia is aware that all investments in the construction of its stretch of the 10th pan-European route could be in vain if the countries involved in the project fail to provide the conditions for the free flow of transport, both in terms of infrastructure and administration at border crossings. This is what Slovenian Transport Minister Jakob Presecnik said in Belgrade Thursday at the outset of a two-day conference on the pan-European route running from Austria's Salzburg to Greece's Thessalonike.
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