On the 21st of April, European Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn and Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc hosted in Brussels the meeting of the six Prime Ministers from the Western Balkans.
The Brussels meeting confirmed the agreement of the core network through a joint statement, and discussed concrete ways which would help implement the core transport network. WB6 reaffirmed their commitment to connectivity, good neighbourly relations, regional cooperation and European integration.
|Indicative extension of TEN-T to Western Balkans Core Network Definition Railways|
|Corridor Vc||Bosanski Samac (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – Sarajevo – Mostar– Capljina (Bosnia and Herzegovina)|
|Corridor VIII||Skopje (The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) – Deva Bair (Border with Bulgaria)|
|Corridor X||Sid (Serbia) – Belgrade – Nis –Skopje (The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) –Gevgelija (Greek border)|
|Corridor Xb||Kelebija (Hungarian border) – Novi Sad (Serbia) – Stara Pazova/Belgrade (Serbia)|
|Corridor Xc||Nis (Serbia) – Dimitrovgrad (Bulgarian border)|
|Route 2||Podgorica (Montenegro) – Durres/Tirana (Albania)|
|Route 4||Vrsac (Romanian border) – Belgrade (Serbia) – Podgorica (Montenegro) – Bar (Montenegro)|
|Route 10||Krusevac (Serbia) – Kraljevo (Serbia) – Pristina (Kosovo) – Skopje (The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)|
In addition Corridor VIII Rail will be kept under review including through possible financing of preparatory studies, detailed alignments, designs and exploratory works with a view to its inclusion in the core network during the next ‘TEN T’ review.