Published On: Tue, Apr 16th, 2013

Balkans Infrastructure & Construction Summit to be held in Vienna




IRN (International Research Networks) has annnounced that the Balkans Infrastructure & Construction 2013 Summit, is going to be held in Vienna, Austria, on the 29th – 30th May 2013.

The group has also declared that ministers from Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Albania, Serbia, Montenegro & Republic of Macedonia are going to participate in the summit.

IRN is known for organising high-profile summits around the World and following ministers are confirmed to be participating in the event;

  • Verica Kalanović, Minister of Regional Development and Local Self-Government, Serbia
  • Damir Hadžić, Minister of Communications and Transport, Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Ivan Brajović, Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs, Montenegro
  • Kujtim Hashorva, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, Albania
  • Mile Janakieski, Minister of Transport and Communications, Republic of Macedonia
  • Dorian Ducka, Director of European Integration and SPO, Head of Infrastructure, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Energy, Albania


It is reported that the government bodies involved in the summit will outline the latest infrastructure projects that are occurring within their country, offering a detailed and up-to-date account of what you will need to know if you are interested in investing in this in-demand region. Topics of discussion will include national infrastructure plans within the Balkans, assessing the legal framework for investing in the region and the latest infrastructure project developments.

The summit is expected to feature in-depth presentations and tender procedures for those interested and the top ten infrastructure projects that are currently open for tenders due to a strong line-up including government bodies, state-owned companies, and institutions.

Those interested should contact Jessica Jonah at jessicaj(at)irn-international(dot)com or call +44(0)2071111615

16.04.2013
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