Leskovac, 3rd April – Signing contract ceremony for construction of Central Waste Water Treatment plant is held. Living conditions for inhabitants are going to be significantly improved.

Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetković, Minister of Environment, Mining and Spatial Planning Oliver Dulić, Director of the Serbian European Integration Office Milica Delević, Head of the Delegation of the EU – Ambassador Vincent Degert, the Dutch Ambassador Laurent Stokvis and the Austrian Ambassador Clemens Koja have attended today in Leskovac the contract signing ceremony for construction of the central wastewater treatment plant, which will significantly improve the quality of life in the town and reduce risks to public health.

Director of the Serbian EU Integration Office Milica Delević and the Dutch Ambassador to Serbia Laurent Stokvis signed the Agreement on the grant of the Netherlands in the amount of 7.9 million Euros for extension of sewerage network to more than 20 villages on the territory of Leskovac. Head of the Delegation of the EU to the Republic of Serbia Vincent Degert and the representative of the “Strabag” company Ivica Budiša signed the Contract for construction of the central wastewater plant in Leskovac.

Implementation of this project, along with the previously constructed landfill, will allow Leskovac to create conditions for becoming one of the biggest areas for organic food production in Europe. Leskovac is the only town in Serbia that can praise itself for bringing together so many donors and using funds provided by all bilateral and European funds for international assistance to improve lives of the citizens, said Minister of Environment, Mining and Spatial Planning Oliver Dulić.

Upon signing of the documents, Prime Minister Cvetković stated at the Leskovac Municipal Assembly that the project worth 24 million Euros will improve the quality of life of approximately 80,000 inhabitants of the town.
– Most of the funds for this project are provided by the EU and the Netherlands, and the project proves importance and necessity of cooperation with the European Union. The project is a good example of cooperation, a kind of model that is applicable and will also apply to other places in Serbia – Cvetković said.

The Prime Minister has invited contractors to implement the project on time, and wished the citizens of Leskovac to have a cleaner and healthier environment.

Ambassador Degert said that the implementation of this project will contribute to increasing the capacity of Leskovac in attracting new investments, adding that today’s signing proves that the European integration process is not just about political rapprochement between Belgrade and Brussels, but also about welfare and prosperity of the whole of Serbia.

The wastewater collection and treatment project in Leskovac is supported by the EU grant of 10.4 million Euros, 5 million Euros from the Ministry of Environment, Mining and Spatial Planning and 650,000 Euros provided by the municipality of Leskovac.

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