Port of Trieste considered strategic infrastructure by European commission
TRIESTE – The Port of Trieste results as one of the strategic infrastructures of European interest, with experimentation of potential in the financial sector. This is outlined in the: Action Plan – Making the best use of new financial schemes for European transport projects. This information being written by the coordinators of the European corridors, specifically for the use of new financing methods for the infrastructures.
The report is included in the context of the Junker Plan and was signed by the ex vice-president of the European Commission, Henning Christophersen, the coordinator of the Baltic-Adriatic corridor Kurt Bodewig and the coordinator for the Atlantic corridor Carlo Secchi.
The report points a limited number of projects on which to apply the financial mechanisms that sustain the credit of the European Bank for (BEI) investments. For the Baltic corridor, the Port of Trieste, Vienna and a section of the A1 highway in Poland were cited.