According to the Bank's website, this project finances the construction of the 17.5km section on Corridor Vc between the town of Beli Manastir and Halasica Bridge, as well as purchase and installation of the relevant motorway equipment. It also finances the construction of a 5km motorway section between the town of Beli Manastir and the Hungarian border.
The total land required for the project is circa 260 hectares, affecting approximately 560 land parcels, predominantly of privately-owned cultivated land. Potential biodiversity impacts may be related to large quantities of sand material to be acquired from River Drava.
Hrvatske autoceste d.o.o. is a Croatian state-owned limited liability company in charge of management, construction and maintenance of the motorways.
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Mr Igor Guja
Sirolina 4 10 000 Zagreb
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