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January 28, 2022

PM Orban, at the inauguration ceremony of the Eroilor – Drumul Taberei metro line: Very important subway section to Bucharest; we will not stop here

Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said on Tuesday that the commissioning of the Eroilor – Drumul Taberei subway section is very important to the city of Bucharest and all subsequent work will be carried out at a higher speed, noting that the infrastructure transport is utmost priority with the Government.

“We have worked hard since 2007, 2008 on this project to have this joy of being present at the commissioning of this very important subway section to the city of Bucharest, very important to the inhabitants of Drumul Taberei and to any other passenger who will need this portion of the underground. We will not stop here. All subsequent works will be carried out at a higher speed, we will be much more careful about all that means the stages of preparation and execution of all contracts for the extension of the metro network. From our point of view, transport infrastructure is utmost priority, and investment in infrastructure in general represent an absolute priority with the Government I lead,” Orban told the inauguration ceremony of the Eroilor – Drumul Taberei metro line.

President Iohannis on new subway line: A big achievement; it was close to remain a legend of delays

The M5 subway line is a “big achievement”, which was close to becoming “a legend of delays,” President Klaus Iohannis stated on Tuesday.

“It’s a big achievement, and we must admit that, after the 1989 Revolution, this is the biggest achievement of its kind, in Romania,” Iohannis said, at the opening of the Eroilor-Drumul Taberei new subway line.

The head of state also referred to the period in which the project was done.

“It wasn’t easy to get here and I think that this line was close to becoming a kind of legend of delays,” he showed, according to Agerpres.

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