All roads being currently constructed will be put into operation only after carrying out tests for the quality of the work performed. The Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman made this statement, while getting familiarized with the state of repair of the section of the M-12 highway, which is also part of the Go Highway corridor.
"We will give a green light to new roads when all tests (of quality) will be conducted. We will not pay money to those who have poorly carried out work. There is no doubt that the quality of work that has already been encapsulated in the technological process provides the opportunity to get a guarantee", the Prime Minister stressed.
The Prime Ministeremphasized that the Government is committed to build new roads in addition to the already builts ones. "Our predecessors have built kilometers of roads, we are building thousands of kilometers. And in 5 years all regional centers will be connected by high-quality roads. For this purpose we need a sum worth UAH 300 billion. In 5 years, this sum is achievable and can be directed to the said purposes", the Head of Government said.
Today, May 31, Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman is checking road works on M-12 highway Stryi – Ternopil – Kropyvnytskyi – Znamianka, a section of which within the Ternopil and Vinnytsia regions, is a part of the Go Highway transport corridor, which connects the ports of the Black Sea and the Baltic. The length of route is 240 km and it encapsulates the highways M-09 Ternopil - Lviv - Rava Ruska; M-12 Stryi - Ternopil - Kropyvnytskyi - Znamianka (Ternopil - Uman); M-05 Kyiv - Odesa (Bila Tserkva - Uman - Odesa); M-14 Odesa - Melitopol - Novoazovsk (Odesa - Mykolaiv – Kherson).
This year, a sum worth UAH 4 billion was allocated to the works under the said project. Activities have been kicked off on 12 objects of the route, including 4 sections of the M-12 highway.