“Bulgaria and Romania are to build another bridge over the Danube near Ruse,” Bulgaria’s Premier Boyko Borisov announced on Sunday.
The topic will be discussed during the joint Bulgaria-Romania intergovernmental sitting in October this year. In his words, a new bridge over the Danube can be built without state expenditures, novinite.com reports.
The construction of a second Danube bridge near Ruse (and Giurgiu in Romania – our note) can be financed entirely without money from toll taxes after the introduction of the road toll system.
Boyko Borisov said that a second Danube bridge near Ruse will have a very positive economic impact on the Bulgarian city.
“The city has also begun a major renovation of two of the largest schools and three kindergartens,” Borisov added according to the source.