“We are very proud of it,” Plenković said during a visit to Mostar, southern Bosnia, and Herzegovina, ahead of Tuesday’s opening ceremony for this largest infrastructure facility built in Croatia since its accession to the European Union in mid-2013.
He said that this project would further strengthen the bonds between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. “The idea was to alleviate the flow of people and goods through Neum.”
Pelješac Bridge will provide an uninterrupted link between southernmost Croatia and the rest of the country by bypassing a short stretch of the coastline at Neum where Bosnia and Herzegovina has access to the Adriatic Sea.
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