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Rosavtodor plans to cooperate with the Transport Agency of Finland in the construction of a bridge in Yakutia
The Federal Road Agency (Rosavtodor) and the Transport Agency of Finland (TAF) intend to cooperate in the implementation of projects on the principles of public-private partnership (PPP). During the joint meeting, the Finns expressed interest in building a bridge across Lena in Yakutia, the press service of the regional government said.
Rosavtodor and TAF held a joint meeting at which foreign colleagues were presented with the experience of creating the two largest infrastructure projects of recent years.
At the presentation, representatives of the FDA spoke about the main preparation mechanisms, technical and legal features of the 12-ton project. In addition, the project of building a bridge across the Lena River in the Yakutsk region aroused significant interest from the Finnish side.
At the meeting, TAF Deputy General Director Kari Ruohonen spoke about the achievements of Finnish road workers in the field of PPP projects. There, by attracting funds from investors, the Vt4 Järvenpää-Lahti highway, the E18 Muurla-Lohja highway, the E18 Kyuskenkylä-Kotka highway, the Kokkola-Ylivieska railway, and the Hamina-Vaalima highway are being built.
Following the meeting, the representatives of Russia and Finland agreed to expand cooperation in the field of implementation of infrastructure transport projects and the development of road facilities through the attraction of private financing.