The planned highway between Sarajevo and Belgrade has hit a roadblock about the route between the Balkan capitals. Officials in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Republika Srpska (the Serbian entity in BiH), and Serbia have concluded that the best route would be through Tuzla, Brčko Bijeljina. They face the opposition of the President of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik and the SNSD party who contends that the highway should pass through Višegrad in Eastern Bosnia. The projects largest investor, Turkey, wants the situation resolved by the two neighboring states. (translated from klix)
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