Bulgaria's Road Infrastructure Agency said it has received six offers in the tender for awarding a 123 million levs ($72 million/63 million euro) contract for the construction of a 13-km section of the Mezdra-Botevgrad road, in the country's northwest. Bids were submitted by local companies GBS Infrastructurno Stroitelstvo, GP Group and Trace Group Hold, as well as three tie-ups, the government agency said in a statement on Monday. Two of the interested tie-ups include a foreign company. Bids were tabled by Akkord Constructions consortium comprising Azerbaijan's Akkord Industry Construction Investment Corporation and Sofia-based ER Constructions, as well as MB Lot 2 - 2019 tie-up, which includes Slovakia's Vahostav-SK and Bulgaria's Vodno Stroitelstvo Blagoevgrad.A bulgarian consortium comprising Geostroy and Patstroy-92 also filed an offer. The tender was initially launched in March but was subsequently suspended over complaints filed with the Commission for Protection of Competition and then cancelled in August.