The premier Emil Boc stated, yesterday, during a work visit to Cluj, that the former prime-minister Adrian Nastase should be asked to provide explanations on the price per kilometre applied by the American company Bechtel in the case of the Transylvania Highway because no cost standards were included in the signed contract, Mediafax reports. The prime-minister added that works on the Transylvania Highway would continue, as this was an important infrastructure project for Romania. “All we have to do is negotiate the right price for works conducted in Romania. The price is set based on cost standards,” Boc further argued. At the same time, the premier inspected, yesterday morning, the progress of works on the Cluj-Napoca North-East belt road and gave assurances that works would be completed by early July. Furthermore, Boc presented a list of people who own plots of land along the route and are entitled to compensations and told a number of landowners present that they would receive their money in the next ten days.