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Turkish company Taşyapı Construction to start construction of a total of 386 apartments in Vranje and Niš.

The laying of the foundation stone in Vranje was attended by President Aleksandar Vučić, Turkish Ambassador H.E. Tanju Bilgiç, DPM and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlović, DPM and Minister of Internal Affairs Nebojša Stefanović.

Prime Minister Ana Brnabić in Niš

Prime Minister Ana Brnabić, accompanied by Minister of Justice Nela Kuburović and Minister of Defence Aleksandar Vulin, laid the foundation stone for the construction of 190 apartments for members of the security services in Niš.

“Relations between Turkey and Serbia are steadily progressing in all fields of cooperation,” said Ambassador Tanju Bilgiç in Vranje.

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