Romanian Authorities To Preserve Bucharest-Danube Canal WorksPublish date: Astazi, 26-08-2008
Romanian authorities and engineering experts agreed Friday on the need to preserve works executed before 1989 on the Bucharest-Danube canal, which the Transport Ministry plans to complete.
Prime Minister Calin Tariceanu, transport minister Ludovic Orban and former head of state Ion Iliescu, a specialist in hydrotechnics, met with experts Friday at the government headquarters to discuss the project proposed by the Transport Ministry for the River Arges, upstream of Bucharest.
Authorities and experts agreed that resuming works on the Bucharest-Danube canal would have to be preceded by a feasibility study and an updated project analysis, and works executed before 1989 will be preserved.
The updated analysis will have to include a cost to benefit ratio, forecast traffic and environmental conditions, the government said in a press release.
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