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Prime Minister of Republika Srpska Zeljka Cvijanovic attended on Monday the recital in the City Theatre in Prijedor organized as part of official celebration marking the Day of the City of Prijedor.
Prime Minister Cvijanovic stated on that occasion that a City Day in any local community was at the same time a Day of the Republika Srpska, and that she was proud of the results achieved in Prijedor.
Prime Minister Cvijanovic thanked the Mayor of Prijedor Marko Pavic for the good results which he and his team achieved in the past few years.
“We have witnessed how situation in Prijedor improved and unemployment decreased. It is important to say that in spite of traumas from the past, this City has become a city of positive atmosphere and good vibrations”, the Prime Minister said and added that credit for such good achievements went first to local authorities but also to entity institutions which supported certain programs and projects important for that local community.
“The Investment Development Bank of the Republic of Srpska placed a 44 million BAM worth of loans in Prijedor. One of big projects implemented together with the local administration is the Water and Sanitation Project worth 16 million EUR. Similar projects related to water and sanitation are implemented in 30 municipalities across Republika Srpska”, Prime Minister Cvijanovic said.
The Prime Minister also highlighted that provision of the housing for veteran groups and their families was in the final phase in Prijedor and that more than 7 million BAM have been allocated for that purpose so far.
The official ceremony marking the celebration of the City of Prijedor was attended by the Minister of Administration and Local Self-Government Lejla Resic, the Minister of Traffic and Communications, Nedjo Trninic, and Minister of Education and Culture of Republika Srpska, Dane Malesevic.