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30. November 2009.

November 30, 2009

Saip Kamberi, the mayor of Bujanovac, said that he expected the evaluation of the conditions for obtaining the certificate of being a municipality with favorable business environment would be completed by next June, which would provide the conditions in Bujanovac for a faster economic development. He said that in the coming period, the National Alliance for Local Economic Development (NALED), along with the Ministry of Economy and Regional Development, would be evaluating the quality of the environment for conducting business operations, investment possibilities and the initiative for attracting investments, which are the preconditions for getting the certificate.

30. November 2009.

30 November 2009

The Office of the Protector of Citizens or of the Republican Ombudsman will be opened in Bujanovac in December 2009. The opening of the office is going to contribute to an increased trust of citizens in the governmental institutions, as well as to respect of human and minority rights in the region. Two persons are going to get employed in the first Ombudsman’s office that is to be opened outside Belgrade.

30. November 2009.

30 Nov. 2009

Bujanovac is one of a few cities where the People’s Office of the President of the Republic, the Raiffaisen Bank and the Radio Television of Serbia, which are responsible for running the „Teleton“ activity, are going to purchase the equipment for the gym of the „Branko Radicevic“ elementary school.

26. November 2009.

November 26, 2009

Yesterday, nineteen municipalities signed in Indjija an Agreement on Starting the Process of Getting a Certificate of Being a Municipality with a Favorable Business Environment. This document is important because it should provide a guarantee to businessmen and potential investors that they would receive services and information that facilitate the conducting of business operations. Out of 53 local self – governments that applied, Sabac, Medvedja, Bujanovac, Nis, Pirot, Smederevo, Zrenjanin, Pancevo, Krusevac, Lapovo, Kocevlja, Stara Pazova, Sombor, Zajecar, Sremska Mitrovica, Cacak, Valjevo and Ruma entered the program.

26. November 2009.

26, November 2009

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which was yesterday signed by Italian companies „Ikaro“ and „Kozvik“ on the one side, and by the Leskovac Chamber of  Commerce  and the municipalities of Vranje, Bujanovac and Medvedja  on the other, should lead to making investments in renewable sources of energy through the use of thermal water springs in Vranjska, Bujanovacka and Sijarinska Spas.

24. November 2009.

November 24, 2009

The Serbian President Boris Tadic and Minister of Defense Dragan Sutanovac opened yesterday the „Jug“(South) military base near Bujanovac. They both pointed out that the base would be a key stability factor in that part of Serbia, as well as that it had the development potential, since one thousand professional members of the Army would get employed there.

20. November 2009.

November 20, 2009

The Novi Sad – based Center for Regionalism presented yesterday the Guidelines for Improved Achievement of Minosrity Rights at the regional level. Aleksandar Popov, Director of the Center, said that the goal of the guidelines was to present regulations on the work of local self- governments, as well as those on the position of minorities,  to representatives of local authorities and minority communities. He said that the Guidelines would, in 2010, be distributed  to and promoted in all 68 multi-ethnic local self-governments in Serbia.

20. November 2009.


In a photograph below, together with the Serbian President Boris Tadic, are Semra Hiseni and Milan Jovanovic from Presevo, Suada Latifi and Nikola Milanovic from Bujanovac, Milica Sukovic and Aljban Salihu from Medvedja, as well as 145 other children, who are secondary school students from South Serbia and the Coordination Body’s scholars. At the end of the eventful day, the students, who were immensely impressed, couldn’t suppress their excitement.

18. November 2009.

November 18, 2009

In addition to being able to rent room in the business incubator, businessmen from Medvedja will soon be able to receive expert assistance with training, marketing and accounting.  The business incubator takes up 10,000 square meters, while the funds for its construction, amounting to 20 million dinars, were provided by the national Investment Plan (NIP). Priority in starting business will  be given to unemployed persons and  young enterpreneurs.

16. November 2009.


BELGRADE - On Wednesday, November 18, 2009, 152 secondary school students from Presevo, Bujanovac and Medvedja, who received scholarships from the Coordination Body, will come to Belgrade. They are going to visit the most important governmental institutions, and towards the end of their visit, which is for many of them their first visit to Serbia’s capital city, President of the Coordination Body, Minister Milan Markovic, and Minister of Education, Zarko Obradovic, are going to ceremoniously present scholarship contracts to them. In addition, President of the Republic of Serbia, Boris Tadic, Chairwoman of the National Parliament, Slavica Djukic Dejanovic, and Assistant Mayor of Belgrade, Radmila Hrustanovic.

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