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The main track on the high-speed rail section from Novi Sad to Budapest has been successfully connected at the Bačka Topola railway station, as reported by Serbia’s Ministry of Construction, Transport, and Infrastructure. 

This milestone was reached in a ceremony attended by high-ranking officials including Deputy Prime Minister Miloš Vučević, Minister of Construction Goran Vesić, and the Chinese Ambassador to Serbia, Li Ming.

Minister Vesić announced that the 108-kilometer Novi Sad-Subotica section will open in December, a year ahead of schedule. He emphasized that trial runs would begin by mid-September, with the entire project aimed at enhancing regional connectivity extending to Thessaloniki and Athens, creating a high-speed corridor over 1,500 kilometers long.

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The project, part of the ‘Belt and Road’ initiative, is valued at $1.16 billion and promises to significantly boost economic and social development in northern Serbia. Once complete, the journey from Belgrade to the Hungarian border will take just 75 minutes, linking major cities and facilitating smoother cross-border transportation.

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