Serbia to publish VINCI contract "within a month"

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The Serbian Assistant Minister for Transport, Zoran Ilić, has said that the government will publish its contract with France's VINCI for the 25-year concession of Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport "within a month". Mr Ilić noted that modifications to the airport's master plan are currently being finalised in cooperation with the operator, after which the contract will be made public. There have been repeated calls for the document to be published. The government previously said it would do so once the financial construction of the billion euro transaction was completed, which occurred in December of last year.

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  1. Forget it, they will never publish the contract as long as SNS is in the government.

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  2. Let's see if it's mostly redacted like the previous govt's Fiat contract.

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    1. They published all the Etihad agreements, I don't see why they wouldn't publish this one.

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  3. Hoce, hoce. Cim stignu leteci automobili, pa dan nakon toga!

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    1. Зар нису били летећи аутобуси?

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    2. Jesu. I kamioni Sisu, za one koji normalni nisu :)

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  4. Those scanners in Serbia are really slow.

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