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    PALILULA FLAG ON THE TOP OF BULGARIAN MUSALA MOUNTAIN

    17.02.2018

    ZASTAVA PALILULE NA VRHU MUSALA U BUGARSKOJ

    The highest peak of the Balkans, Musala 2925 mnv, Republic of Bulgaria. Winter climb, February 17, 2018 Ana Palamarević and Dušica Živković, members of the Mountaineering Association “Vidlič”.

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    ALEKSANDAR ZDRALE CONGRATULATIONS ON SERBIA STATEHOOD DAY

    15.02.2018

    ČESTITKA ALEKSANDRA ŽDRALETA POVODOM DANA DRŽAVNOSTI SRBIJE

    I congratulate all citizens of the Municipality of Palilula in Nis, the Statehood Day. Sretenje is a day that reminds us that the Serbs fought heroically for both freedom and democracy. The struggle for national liberation from the Turks, which began with Karadjordje in …

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    MEMORANDUM ON COOPERATION IN IMPLEMENTATION OF “ROMACTED” PROGRAM

    14.02.2018

    MEMORANDUM O SARADNJI U OSTVARIVANJU PROGRAMA „ROMACTED“

    Within the `ROMACTED` Program “Promoting Good Governance and Empowerment of Roma at the Local Level”, a joint program of the Council of Europe and the European Union (DG NEAR), the Council of Europe issued a call for participation for granting the grants to organizations …

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    ARTILLERY FIRING SALUTE FOR STATEHOOD DAY IN NIS

    14.02.2018

    POČASNA PALJBA ZA DAN DRŽAVNOSTI I U NIŠU

    In the presence of Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic, commander of the Serbian Army, Lieutenant-General Milosav Simovic, representatives of the City and City municipalities, Nisava administrative district and numerous citizens of Nis, artillery firing was carried out in 16 hours with ten volleys …

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    EMPLOYMENT ACTION PLAN ADOPTED

    13.02.2018

    USVOJEN AKCIONI PLAN ZAPOŠLJAVANJA

    The twelfth regular meeting of Palilula Municipal Assembly, chaired by Adriana Anastasov, was held on February 13 in NKC hall. After the adoption of the minutes from the 11th session of the Assembly, the agenda was considered. After the explanations of the representatives of …

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    TRIBUTE TO TEACHER TEACHER

    13.02.2018

    SEĆANJE NA UČITELJA TASU

    At the old cemetery “Gorica”, 123 years ago (February 13, 1894 in the Kingdom of Serbia), Atanasije Tasa Petrovic – teacher Tasa, one of the most famous educational workers in Nis in the 19th century, was buried. He was born on January 10, 1824 …

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    REMEMBERED THE PRISONERS BREAKTHROUGH FROM NIS DEATH CAMP `CRVENI KRST`

    12.02.2018

    OBELEŽENO BEKSTVO ZATOČENIKA IZ LOGORA SMRTI NA CRVENOM KRSTU U NIŠU

    76 years ago, on February 12, 1942, 105 detainees from the Nazi concentration camp at the Red Cross in Nis organized breakthrough. Every year, the Memorial complex “12. Februar “marks this date in memory of the victims. In the presence of the leadership of …

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    MORE SUPPORT TO KOSOVO AND METOHIJA MUNICIPALITIES

    12.02.2018

    VEĆA PODRŠKA OPŠTINAMA NA KOSOVU I METOHIJI

    The Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities, the Working Group of the Government of the Republic of Serbia for Providing Support to Maintaining the Internal Dialogue on Kosovo and Metohija and the Ministry of State Administration and Local Self-Government organized in Niš, February 12, …

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    CERTIFICATES FOR “FUTURE ENTREPRENEURS” COMPLETED TRAINING

    09.02.2018

    NAKON OBUKE URUČENI SERTIFIKATI „BUDUĆIM PREDUZETNICAMA“

    In Nis cultural center, on February 8th and February 9th, training was held for the women from the territory of Palilula,, named “ROAD TO A SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEUR”. Having finished the training program, Adriana Anastasova, President of the Assembly of Palilula Municipality and Javorka Randjelovic, …

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    ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPROVEMENT OF WOMEN

    08.02.2018

    EKONOMSKO I DRUŠTVENO OSNAŽIVANJE ŽENA

    Palilula Municipality organizes a two-day education for women from the territory of Palilula under the name “ROAD TO A SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEUR”. The training of 25 women, who, after being sent to the call, responded the call and got back to the Department for Economy …

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