cn-D.017 » Çin Şimdi de Avrupa’da Demiryolu Yeniliyor

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cn-D.017 » Çin Şimdi de Avrupa’da Demiryolu Yeniliyor

Mesaj gönderen Esat » 21 Ara Cmt, 2013 16:33

Çin' in demiryolu konusunda girmediği bir Avrupa kalmıştı ona da zayıf halka Macaristan ve kendini avrupalı kabul ettirebilmek için kendini yırtan Sırbistan aracılığı ile gerçekleştiriyor. Budapeşte - Belgrad güzergahındaki demiryolunun yenilenmesi için Macar yöneticiler ile Çinliler bir anlaşma imzalamışlar.

2012 yılında orta ve doğu avrupa da demiryolu yenileme çalışmaları için 10 milyar amerikan doları tutarında bir fon kuran Çin in ilk müşterileri de doğal olarak bölgede hatları en eski durumda olan Macaristan ve Sırbistan oldu. Halen Budapeşte ile Belgrad arasındaki 349 km lik güzergah 7 saat 45 dk. da alınabiliyor, yapılacak çalışmalar ile saatte 160 km hız ile tren işletmek mümkün hale gelecek ve yolculuk süresi de yarı yarıya kısalacak.

http://www.railjournal.com/index.php/ma ... hannel=542

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Re: cn-D.017 » Çin Şimdide Avrupa' da Demiryolu Yeniliyor

Mesaj gönderen Engin Y » 24 Kas Çrş, 2021 23:47

Çinli şirketler, Belgrad-Budapeşte Demiryolu’nun yenilenmesi işlerini başlatmış: http://www.bbrtv.com/2021/1124/690083.html
The Belgrade-Budapest railway, which totals 350 kilometers long, will enable people and goods to travel between the capitals of Serbia and Hungary in around two hours. The Serbian part of the railway will be completed in three years, while the Hungarian section of the railway should be finished before 2025.

NOVI SAD, Serbia, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) -- Construction began on a new section of the Belgrade-Budapest railway in Serbia at a ceremony on Monday. Attended by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto, and Chinese Ambassador to Serbia Chen Bo, the ceremony took place in Novi Sad, Serbia.

Works on the 108-kilometer-section of the high-speed railway which runs from Novi Sad to the Kelebija border crossing in North Serbia, were launched with a push of a button by Vucic, Szijjarto, Chen Bo, and a representative of the Chinese consortium. This section of railway will include underpasses, overpasses and other infrastructure.

Speaking at the ceremony, Vucic highlighted the importance of the railway for the future development of Serbia, and praised friendly ties with both China and Hungary.

"We will enjoy this, and it will bring benefits both through construction and through higher salaries and pensions, a higher standard of living, and a better future for our children," he said.

The Serbian part of the railway will be completed in three years, Vucic said, while Szijarto announced that the Hungarian section of the railway, which is 167 kilometers long, should be finished before 2025.

The Belgrade-Budapest railway, which totals 350 kilometers long, will enable people and goods to travel between the capitals of Serbia and Hungary in around two hours, explained Vucic.

Meanwhile, Szijarto emphasized that Hungary and Serbia are both looking forward to their cooperation with China, as they believe it will help raise standards of living in their country.

In a speech through a video link, deputy head of China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) Ning Jizhe congratulated both countries on their progress in the construction of the Belgrade-Budapest railway.

He said it was "a flagship project of the cooperation between China and Central and East European countries (CEEC), and an important part of the European transport corridor and the China-Europe Land and Sea Express Route."

"This is of great significance to the Belt and Road Initiative and its coordination with European development strategies," Ning said. "Building the Serbia-Hungary railway will bring benefit to China, Serbia, and Hungary, to all CEE countries, and the whole of Europe."

Once the section currently under construction is completed, the whole Serbian part of the railway will be operational for speeds of up to 160 kilometers per hour.

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