City of Mohács plans commercial port on Danube
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The Hungarian city of Mohács is planning to build a commercial port on the Danube River with an investment of HUF 5 billion, city mayor József Szekó told Hungarian news agency MTI.
View of Mohács from the Danube. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Csanády)
Construction of the port is expected to be completed by the end of 2017, the mayor reportedly told the news agency.
The mayor added that the city has been awarded a HUF 4.75 bln European Union and state grant for the investment. The general contractor responsible for the project is to be chosen through a tender by the end of this year, the mayor said.
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