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28. February 2009.

February 28, 2009

The municipality of Bujanovac established the Economic Council, which consists of businessmen and representatives of the local self-government. The Economic Council has 16 members, while President of the Economic Council hasn’t yet been appointed.

25. February 2009.

February 25, 2009

An open competition for a new round of stimulating loans, which are designed for development of companies and entrepreneurs in the most undeveloped municipalities, began on February 24.

20. February 2009.

February 20, 2009

The World Bank and the Republic of Serbia in principle agreed on a loan amounting to 388 million dinars, which will be used for completion of Corridor 10, the above-mentioned financial organization stated yesterday. The bank is going to participate in the funding of an 84 km – long highway section between Prosek and Dimitrovgrad, as well as of a 74 km – long highway section   between Leskovac and Levosaj, which is situated close to the Serbian-Macedonian border, while the remaining funds are going to be provided from the Hellenic Plan and the loans extended by other international banks.

19. February 2009.

Meeting Held with OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities

Knut Vollebaek, OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities, talked with Nenad Djurdjevic, Director of the Coordination Body’s Office, about the position of ethnic minorities in South Serbia. The meeting was attended by Hans Ola Urstad, Head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia, as well as by his associates. The representatives of the OSCE and Coordination Body agreed that the most important topics in South Serbia included the establishment of multi-ethnic governments in Bujanovac and Presevo...

17. February 2009.

February 17, 2009.

The new Head of the OSCE Office in Bujanovac is Jeroen de Vries, a Dutchman. He has replaced Martin Brooks, who was transferred to the EULEX Office in Pristina. So far, Mr. de Vries has been with the UN Mission to Cambodia, the UNHCR Mission to Rwanda, the OSCE Missions to Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, as well as with other international missions. The OSCE Office in Bujanovac was opened in 2001, after the armed conflicts in South Serbia had been brought to an end.

11. February 2009.


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10. February 2009.

February 10, 2009.

As part of the project entitled “Support to Local Communities for the Achievement of Social Inclusion”, the Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities signed yesterday a Memorandum on Cooperation with 18 undeveloped municipalities, the above organization stated.

10. February 2009.

February 10, 2009

The Conflict Prevention Center, which is a Japanese non-governmental organization, donated 100,000 EUR for the implementation of an environmental project “Clean Environment” in Bujanovac. As part of the aforementioned project, the municipality is to get eight rubbish collection and removal vans, while three schools, as participants in the project, will get the rubbish collection equipment.

9. February 2009.

February 9, 2009.

Thanks to the Ministry of Health’s donation of 3 million dinars, the health center in Medvedja got its first ultrasound machine for heart and stomach examinations.

9. February 2009.

February 09, 2009.

As part of the project “Kosovo is on the Other Side,” the Center for Democracy and Development of South Serbia and the JUGpress regional information agency organized the tenth meeting in Leskovac. Participants in the meeting included Mladjan Djordjevic, Advisor on Kosovo and Metohija to the Serbian President Boris Tadic, Marko Jaksic, Vice President of the Serbian municipalities in Kosovo and Metohija and Dragan Nikolic, Governor of the Kosovo-Pomoravlje district.

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