Bocvarski Signs Annex, Corridor 8 Becomes Part of Main Corridors of WB

After corridor 10, corridor 8 also became part of the map of main routes in the region and Europe, as Minister of Transport and Communications Bocvarski signed the decision of the European Commission, at the request of North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Albania and Italy. With this annex, the roads that connect the east and west of the country will be considered key trans-European transport networks, and this, according to the minister, is more of an argument why the highways should be built faster than the contract with Bechtel and Enka. “For the Republic of North Macedonia, this is a strategically important decision of the European Union, with which we are already centrally positioned as a crossroad in the region of two main European corridors, on Corridors 8 and 10. Hence, I want to call on all institutions in the country and in the region to deal with work, with its share of obligations and tasks,” said Bocvarski.