Dacic: “Resolving a emanate of housing for refugees would lead to common centres being closed”

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kamen temeljac_9920165First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic laid a substructure mill currently for a construction of 235 apartments for interloper families from Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina staying in a domain of a City of Belgrade.

Also participating in a substructure stone-laying rite were Deputy Mayor of Belgrade Andrija Mladenovic, Head of a EU Delegation in Serbia Michael Davenport, Ambassador of a United States of America Kyle Scott, Head of a OSCE Mission to Serbia Peter Burkhard, Council of Europe Development Bank’s Deputy Director General for Loans and Social Development Stephan Sellen, UNHCR Representative Francesca Bonelli and Serbia’s Commissioner for Refugees Vladimir Cucic.

Minister Dacic who also serves as Chair of a Serbian Government’s Commission for Coordination of a Permanent Integration Process of Refugees underlined that it was critical that a emanate of housing for refugees be resolved after so many years, that would also lead to shutting a common centres.

“What is many critical is a fact that their full formation would be brought to an finish in this way. The plan amounts to a sum value of EUR 9.8 million as a partial of a informal housing plan aiming to solve a emanate of housing for over 16,000 families, i.e., 47,000 refugees in Serbia”, Dacic stated.

Head of a EU Delegation to Serbia Michael Davenport underlined that a Regional Housing Programme is a corner multi-year programme of Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Croatia, recalling that a European Union would mount resolutely behind this plan compartment a completion.

Deputy Mayor of Belgrade Andrija Mladenovic underlined that a City of Belgrade allocated EUR 2.3 million for a Ovca project, as good as additional appropriation for basic works designed to be finished in 14 months, while in together with these, construction works are also carried out on 273 additional housing units in Kamendin neighbourhood.

“In a past dual years, a City of Belgrade has also enabled a refugees from Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina to use encampment households and prefabricated homes and also donated construction materials, aiming to find a durable resolution for a adults who have for over dual decades been vital in a city in bad conditions”, pronounced Mladenovic thanking a donors and a Serbian Government for an glorious team-work in a fulfilment of this project.

The Regional Housing Programme is a corner multi-year plan of a Republic of Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegero and a Republic of Croatia, aiming to safeguard durable housing solutions for approximately 27,000 many exposed interloper families, i.e., 74,000 persons in a region. Out of this series 16,780 families are situated in Serbia, some-more precisely about 45,000 people.

The Regional Housing Programme of a Republic of Serbia is carried out with a support of a OSCE and UNHCR, with appropriation of a EU as a biggest contributor, as good as a United States of America, Germany, Italy, Norway, Switzerland, Denmark, Turkey, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Romania, a Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/15676-dacic-resolving-the-issue-of-housing-for-refugees-would-lead-to-collective-centres-being-closed