Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: Archaeological State Museum and bridge: the country sets a deadline

The anger of the state government in Schwerin about the city leaders was clearly felt in the past few weeks.

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: Archaeological State Museum and bridge: the country sets a deadline

The anger of the state government in Schwerin about the city leaders was clearly felt in the past few weeks. It is doubtful whether this anger has subsided after a joint meeting on Monday. Because now there is a clear deadline for two projects until the end of July.

Rostock/Schwerin (dpa/mv) - After the cancellation of the Federal Horticultural Show 2025, the state and the Hanseatic City of Rostock identified five major projects, the construction of which is considered to be a priority in the coming years. These are the Archaeological State Museum (ALM), the bridge over the Warnow, the flood protection at the city harbor, the new building of the Volkstheater and the new residential area Warnowquartier, as the Ministry of Agriculture announced on Monday after a meeting between the city leaders and the state government.

As Agriculture Minister Till Backhaus (SPD) emphasized, time and financial plans for these projects as well as estimates of the follow-up costs would have to be presented immediately. "Particular urgency is required for the Warnow crossing, which is closely related to the ALM." The city must deliver by the end of July. "And as the top management signaled today, this has also been understood," said the minister.

"It was once again made clear that there is no automatic mechanism whereby the funds promised in connection with the Buga can now simply be used for other projects," said Backhaus. The country had pledged a good 60 million euros for the Buga.

Backhaus said last week about the conversation this Monday that the basis for a "Rostock plan" should be laid down. To do this, Rostock would have to provide detailed information. After the conversation, Backhaus said that the urban development of Rostock would still be possible without the Buga.

An interministerial working group (Imag) was set up in Schwerin for the Buga. After the cancellation, this will now be dissolved. "But Rostock needs more support to develop well," said Backhaus. Finance Minister Heiko Geue (SPD) has offered to take over the management of a new image that will carry the baton, so to speak.

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