Hungary, Serbia and Romania plan to build a new highway, connecting Serbia's North-East and the Romanian South-West to Hungary, NewsIn, quoting daily Nepszabadsag.

The project was launched by the Serbian Transport Institute, supported by the Hungarian state-owned company Magyar Kozut, currently involved in repairing the roads in southern side of the country.

In case it is built, the highway will begin at Smederevo, near the Danube, will cross the Romanian Western Field and will reach Hungary at the common border point of all three countries, near Szeged.

The highway may be extended further to Slovakia and Poland.