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19 December 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 17:08 GMT+1



December 15, 2017

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Ok of the Higher council of the Public works to the Harbour project Hub of Ravenna 2017

The document will now pass the examination of the Ministry of the Atmosphere

Today the Higher council of the Public works has expressed unanimously to seem favorable to the Harbour project "Hub of Ravenna 2017", whose iter autorizzativo it is started 18th September with the presentation on the Ministry of Infrastructures and the Transports(on 15 September 2017).

The president of the Authority of Harbour System of Mare Adriatico Centro-Settentrionale, Daniele Rossi, has expressed satisfaction for this ulterior passage of the project. "We continue - it has specified - to work and to follow with attention all the ulterior passages that attend the project and that now they preview the examination by the Ministry of the Atmosphere for the verification of the conformity to the prescription given in phase of Appraisal of Environmental impact and by the CIPE (Interdepartmental Committee Economic Programming) for it I use of the public financing of 60 million, already deliberated to the aims of its realization. A mosaic - it has specified Rossi - sure complex that of the many subjects that must express own opinion with respect to the project Hub, but whose dowels, one at a time, are going all to their place and us they make to think that the iter it can be concluded in fast times, so affording to leave with the work of infrastructural potenziamento of the port of call, for a long time I attended and strategic for the future development of the port and the city of Ravenna".

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