The project concerns the rehabilitation of a 120 km railway line from Vora to Hani Hotit, on the border with Montenegro. The project lies on the indicative extension of the Core Trans-European Transport Network Mediterranean Corridor and will link Albania to the European railway network.
According to the EIB, the proposed operation is expected be covered by the comprehensive guarantee granted to the EIB under the Dedicated Investment Window 1 as established in the Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument (NDICI) Global Europe upon the guarantee's effectiveness and subject to the European Commission's confirmation of the operation's eligibility.
Hekurudha Shqiptare (Albanian Railways) is the railway operator of the Albanian railway system. It is fully-owned by the Republic of Albania.
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Project contacts not available at the time of disclosure.
The following have been disclosed by the EBRD, one of the co-financier of the project.
Client - Hekurudha Shqiptare (Albanian Railways):
Phone: +355682086913 ; +35552223027
Address: Lagjia nr. 3, Rruga Egnatia, Durres, Albania
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