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Synergy to help overcome difficulties

Podgorica, (MINA-BUSINESS) – Ambassador of China Liu Jin has said that the Bar-Boljare motorway is the first one to be built in Montenegro, which is why it is difficult to avoid different problems, adding that he believes that the overcoming of these challenges and finalization of the project requires synergy.

“I believe that, if our two parties go together, in synergy, in the same direction, we will certainly overcome the difficulties and finish this historical project perfectly,” Liu told Mina-business agency.

He said that China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) and its subsidiary China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), which were involved in the construction of the priority motorway section between Smokovac and Matesevo, were internationally recognized companies in the field of integrated infrastructure, with experience in the implementation of a large number of notable projects.

Liu said the motorway construction project played the role of an “admiral ship” in the relations between China and Montenegro, attracting a great attention of both governments and nations.

“The project also conveys the best wishes of Chinese-Montenegrin friendship and cooperation. I have been following this project consistently since I come to Montenegro, and I am happy to see that China and Montenegro have joined efforts to make sure that it has been finalized in the best way,” said Liu.

He said that China encouraged the CRBC and other Chinese companies to seek as many cooperation opportunities as possible and participate in the economic and social development of Montenegro.

“At the same time, we expect from Montenegro to provide good business environment,” said Liu.

He said that the cooperation between the two countries had improved in the previous several years, adding that Chinese companies expressed interest in the infrastructure, power plant development and the Smart City project.

Talking about the interest of Chinese tourists, Liu said that 40,000 of them had visited Montenegro last year, twice as many as in 2017.

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