Gradska opstina Palilula

  • latinica

  • PUBLISHED 01.02.2021



    As part of a two-day visit to Palilula Municipality, City of Nis, the delegation of the Municipality of Aerodrom, City of Skopje, attended a press conference on February 12, organized by the President of the Municipality of Palilula. On the importance of this activity, in the presence of the President of the Aerodrom Municipal Council, Ivana Cvetkovska, the Head of the Mayor’s Sector, Aleksandar Đorđievski, the Director of the Public Company for Development Project Management of the Aerodrom Municipality, Vladimir Stevkov Bratislav Vuckovic, President of the City Municipality of Palilula, and Zlatko Marin, Mayor of the Municipality of Skopje Aerodrom (Republic of Northern Macedonia) addressed the present media representatives.

    The closest neighbors should always cooperate, we agree with our guests from the Municipality of Aerodrom, the president of the Palilula Municipality, Bratislav Vuckovic, pointed out. The plan is to apply together with European funds, to cooperate in solving environmental problems, to exchange experiences in the work of our administrations in order to achieve the same goal.

    The Municipality of Aerodrom was founded in 2005 and has 80,000 inhabitants. The forthcoming cooperation with the Municipality of Palilula is the first with one of the local self-government units in Nis. According to the Mayor of Aerodrom Municipality, Zlatko Marin, this Municipality recently promoted to the public a four-year strategic platform for local economic development 2021-2025 under the motto “Aerodrom – the first municipality with a European flag”. The platform includes about twenty European development projects for a clean environment, better urban life and the development of rural parts of rural areas of the municipality of Aerodrom. Cooperation with the Municipality of Palilula in Nis opens new opportunities for development on the European path.

    On this occasion, the Association of Northern Macedonians “Vardar” in Nis proposed the cooperation of the Special School Bubanj with an institution of the same character from the Skopje Municipality Aerodrom.

    Guests from the Republic of Northern Macedonia, on the eve of the celebration of the Statehood Day of Serbia – Sretenje, attended a commemorative gathering and laid wreaths at the Red Cross camp and then attended the promotion of the book “Dear passengers, we have a problem on the plane” by prof.dr Aleksandar Simić in the Niš Cultural Center. D. Vidojković