Serbia has a spatial plan to build the Danube-Morava-Vardar shipping canal.
The Serbian ministry of natural resources, mining and spacial planing has started preparing paperwork for producing the spatial plan for ship canal Danube-Morava-Vardar.
The plan projects construction of a navigable route from Serbia via Macedonia to Greece.
The canal is projected to end near the Greek city Thessaloniki, making Europe navigable from Germany to Aegean Sea.
Certain Chinese and American companies expressed interest in building such a colossal project. Even though the price of the construction is still unknown, the estimates show that it would create work for several dozens of thousands, so the investment in such a project would be beneficial in the long term.
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Via The Balkan Daily