The Pelješac bridge will connect the peninsula of the same name with the rest of mainland Croatia over the Adriatic, providing an alternative route to crossing the Neum Corridor – a strip of the Adriatic coastline situated in Bosnia and Herzegovina between these two parts of Croatia.
Promoting cooperation between seaports within the Belt and Road Initiative
During the World Maritime Day Parallel Event 2018 Mr. LIU Xiaoming, Vice-Minister of Transport of China delivered a presentation on promoting pragmatic cooperation in seaports along the Belt and Road Initiative. Mr. LIU Xiaoming pointed out the achievements made in Chinese domestic port development. He emphasized that the total cargo throughput of Chinese ports and the volume of containers handled at Chinese ports is the first in the world and that 7 Chinese ports are on list of the world’s top 10 seaports.
The Szczecin-Świnoujście and Klaipeda seaports are enhancing mutual cooperation
During the official visit of Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to Vilnius there was signed the Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation between the authorities of Szczecin-Świnoujście and Klaipeda seaports. The document was signed in the presence of Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Saulius Skvernelis, Prime Minister of Lithuania.
Cosco Shipping Europe
Port of Gdańsk is future China’s gateway towards Central and Eastern Europe. The task for the future for CEE countries is to increase capacity and prevent unforeseen events
Cooperation between the UN system and private sector
Business always follows a pragmatic mindset. One of the most interesting, recently announced political megatrends – is the Three Seas Initiative
CCCC investments in the Central Eastern Europe
CCCC is a large global infrastructure player. The company investments will have a crucial impact on the CEE region development
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) projects
AIIB is a new institution on the financial market and expands its operations. Bank supports projects carried out in the CEEC
Sinotrans sees the huge potential of inland waterway transport and enhances cooperation with CEE companies
Inland navigation in the CEEC and in China has a great future ahead. Rapid development of intermodal transport is being observed
Inland waterways transport in the Czech Republic within the framework of “Danube-Oder-Elbe’ project
It is important to the Czech Republic to extend the navigability of the Oder River to Ostrava. Studies have shown that better river navigability will increase the production by up to 30%