Croatian government sets up expert team to restructure railways system.

By bne IntelliNews June 15, 2012
The Croatian government has set up a special task force that will coordinate the activities of relevant institutions charged with the railways system restructuring and with the upgrade of local railroads, news agency HINA reported. The team will also coordinate activities in establishing companies for manufacturing rail vehicles, overhauling the Zagreb-Rijeka railway and constructing a new railway from Zagreb to Rijeka. The task force will be led by PM Zoran Milanovic. The members of the group include deputy PMs Radimir Cacic and Branko Grcic plus four other ministers. Transport minister Sinisa Hajdas Doncic told reporters after a government meeting that the country has to have a liberalised rail transport before it joins the EU in July 2013.

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