Year of the Dragon – Plans for a year of long-term success

The Mayor of Novi Sad, Milan Đurić, together with the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Serbia, Li Ming, attended the Chinese Festival of Lights, which was held for the sixth time, in Limanski Park for the Chinese New Year.

“With our friends from the Republic of China, we are celebrating the Chinese New Year through this light spectacle, and we will enjoy this wonderful event for several days, said Mayor Đurić, noting that there are many Chinese companies operating in Novi Sad that work on biggest infrastructure projects,” Djuric said then.

According to him, these are the construction of the sewage network and the Central Water Purifier through the “Clean Serbia” project, the construction of the Fruškogorski Corridor, the bridge in the extension of Bulevar Europa, the construction of the high-speed railway, and soon we are expecting the beginning of the construction of the pedestrian and bicycle bridge and the Novi Sad highway – Belgrade-Zrenjanin.

This year, as the Year of the Dragon, is believed to be the right time to rebuild and establish a foundation for long-term success. The Chinese New Year celebration in Serbia will be organized until February 19 this year, with a cultural program in Belgrade, Novi Sad, Niš and Smederevo.

The Government of Serbia approved the second phase of Clean Serbia

The mayor of Novi Sad, Milan Đurić, thanked the Government of the Republic of Serbia for enabling the realization of the second phase of the Clean Serbia project. Đurić stated that the project is of strategic importance for the city of Novi Sad.

“The Government of the Republic of Serbia has approved the implementation of the second phase of the Clean Serbia project in our city, which includes the construction of 30,940 meters of sewage network and waste water treatment plant in Čenej, worth 28.2 million euros,” announced the mayor of Novi Sad on his Twitter account.

Đurić reminded. that the realization of the first phase of this project, worth 27.3 million euros, is underway. “The people of Novi Sad should know that the entire project, which is of strategic importance for our city, is financed from the budget of the Republic of Serbia”, said Đurić, praising the government for the allocated funds.