Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure (Serbia)

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44°48'15"N
020°27'43"E
Country
 Serbia
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The Ministry of Construction, Transportation and Infrastructure of the Republic of Serbia (Serbian: Министарство грађевинарства, саобраћаја и инфраструктуре, romanized: Ministarstvo građevinarstva, saobraćaja i infrastrukture) is the ministry in the Government of Serbia which is in the charge of construction, transportation and infrastructure. The current minister is Zorana Mihajlović, in office since 27 April 2014.

History

The Ministry of Construction, Transportation and Infrastructure was established on 11 February 1991. The Ministry of Construction and Urbanism which existed from 1991 to 2004, and from 2012 to 2014, merged into the Ministry of Construction, Transportation and Infrastructure.

Sectors

There are several sectors operating within the Ministry: Sector for road transport, roads and traffic safety Sector for railways and intermodal transport Sector for air traffic Sector for water transport and navigation safety Sector for building and construction land Sector for spatial planning, urbanism and housing Sector for international cooperation and European integration Sector for strategic planning and management of infrastructure projects Sector for inspection control

Subordinate institutions

There are several agencies and institutions that operate within the scope of the Ministry: Republic Geodetic Authority (Serbian: Републички Геодестски Завод) Port Authority (Serbian: Агенција за управљање лукама) Directorate for Railways (Serbian: Директорат за железнице) Agency for Traffic Safety (Serbian: Агенција за безбедност саобраћаја) Directorate for Determination of the ships ability for navigation (Serbian: Управа за утврђивање снособности бродова за пловидбу) Directorate for Waterways (Serbian: Дирекција за водне путеве)

List of ministers

Political Party: SPS SRS SPO DS NS SNS
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