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Montenegrin Prime Minister Dritan Abzovic and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama presented to the public a joint infrastructure project to build a bridge over Bojana river that will connect Ulcinj with Velipoj.

About 34 km of underutilized sandy beaches in the area of ​​the two countries, is in demand by about 500,000 tourists annually. It was pointed out that the current distance between Ulcinj and Velipoja is about 73 km, and that with the construction of the bridge it would be reduced to about 1 km.

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