Prime Minister Andrej Plenković
and Minister Oleg Butković
and their associates visited Sisak today, where a meeting with representatives of the Sisak-Moslavina County was held to discuss the aftermath of the earthquake and the revitalization of the Banovina.
After the meeting they visited two building sites on the 11-km-long Lekenik-Sisak section of the A11 motorway. The value of the project is HRK 281.3 million and the deadline for its completion is 24 months.
Plenković expressed his satisfaction with the pace of the work, saying that it would "breathe new life" into the region and help attract investment.
He said that the talks with the county leadership focused on projects aimed at removing the consequences of the December 2020 earthquakes and revitalising the region. The projects discussed included investment in education, health care, cultural, transport and social infrastructure and housing reconstruction.
Plenković said that a lot of work had already been done, in particular with regard to the health care and education infrastructure. "The reconstruction process will be further accelerated," he said.