Vesić: Excellent cooperation between Serbia and the PR of China

“Serbia and China are cooperating very well,” said the Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesić. Among the projects implemented by Serbia in cooperation with the People’s Republic of China, Vesić singled out the “Clean Serbia” project.

Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Belgrade, Minister Vesić said that Serbia and China cooperate excellently in the field of infrastructure, since Chinese companies are working on as many as eight projects in road and several in railway transport, as well as the „Clean Serbia“ project.

“There is significant room for improving cooperation, especially in the domain of innovative solutions for managing large traffic systems in Serbia. The visit of the Chinese president is a great diplomatic victory for the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, and for our country,” Minister Vesić said.

Sremska Mitrovica is awaiting the third phase of works

The most important project for Sremska Mitrovica is the construction of a sewage network within the “Clean Serbia” project, said the Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesić when he visited this city.

Minister Vesić visited the works on the reconstruction of the Veliki Radinci – Sremska Mitrovica local road, which is seven kilometers long, and said that there are no small roads for it, because all roads are important – as much as highways, as well as local ones, which raise the quality of life of citizens in their places.

In a conversation with the citizens and city management, Minister Vesić said that for Sremska Mitrovica, the most important project is the construction of sewerage within the framework of Clean Serbia, since it is planned that the city will enter the third phase.

With those 38 kilometers, we will solve the complete sewage system and there will be almost no houses without sewerage in Sremska Mitrovica, said Vesić and reminded that through Clean Serbia, 2.3 million people will get sewerage, which is one of the most important projects.

When you look at this road, the sewage system and everything we are doing – it is the best confirmation of the policy of President Aleksandar Vučić – that we work in every place, that we connect every village, that in each one it can be seen that people are better off, that they can stay there to live, that tourism is developing, that new factories and new jobs are coming, and that is the most important thing – that people can live normally from their work, said Minister Vesić.


Vesić: Road and sewerage in Kljajićevo

“The Government of Serbia takes care of every part of our country,” said the Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Goran Vesić, visiting the works in Kljajićevo, and as evidence he cited the construction of a sewage network as part of the “Clean Serbia” project and the reconstruction of the Kljajićevo-Bački Sokolac road.

The Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Goran Vesić, visited the works on the reconstruction of the local road Kljajićevo-Bački Sokolac, near Sombor, and told the residents of Kljajićevo that, with the reconstruction of the local road and the construction of a high-speed road, as well as sewage, after decades of waiting, their place will experience a big progress.

Vesić also pointed out that in Kljajićevo this year, works on the construction of sewerage will begin, as part of the “Clean Serbia” project, as part of the sewerage network being introduced in the municipality of Sombor. Thus, Kljajićevo, with more than 4,000 inhabitants, will finally get sewerage, which they longed for, but did not believe it would ever be completed, the minister noted.

“We are developing every part of Serbia. We are building roads, and not only highways and expressways, but we are focusing more and more attention on highways and regional and local roads,” said Vesić and reminded that President Vučić also spoke about the need to rebuild all local roads.

“This is proof of what it means when every part of Serbia is taken care of, and here in the conversation with the people, you can see how much it all means to all of them,” said Vesić

Vesić: Citizens benefit directly from the “Clean Serbia” project

The Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Goran Vesić, in an interview with the Kurir newspaper, particularly emphasized the importance of the implementation of the “Clean Serbia” project.

“I am very happy that it is being implemented within the ministry that I lead because it is what the citizens will benefit from,” said Minister Vesić. Minister Vesić reminded that the “Clean Serbia” project is currently the largest ecological project.

“It is the largest project of construction and reconstruction of communal infrastructure in our country, worth as much as 3.5 billion euros. In the 21st century, we must provide sewerage and wastewater treatment plants, protect our rivers, air, and nature. For the first time, some parts of Serbia will get a complete sewage network and purifiers.

thus we save drinking water in cities that are threatened by uncontrolled sewage overflows, especially in the Morava basin. We protect rivers from pollution with a special focus on the Sava, Danube, Drina, Morava, Pek, Timok, Kolubara and Mlava, and thus the complete biodiversity in the basin of those rivers,” said Minister Goran Vesić.

The Clean Serbia project includes the construction of wastewater treatment plants, sewage networks in 73 cities and municipalities, i.e. at 89 locations, which includes as many as 157 plants, the total length sewage network of 5.2 million meters.

Next year, 23 more cities and municipalities in the “Clean Serbia”

The Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Goran Vesić, speaking about the budget for 2023. and numerous capital projects, among other things, said that Serbia will solve the problem of sewage and waste water in five to 10 years.

The largest project that is currently being implemented in Serbia when it comes to communal infrastructure is the “Clean Serbia” project.

“Clean Serbia” includes the construction of sewers and waste water factories covering a population of 2.3 million inhabitants. It is currently being implemented in 16 locations” , said the Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesić, announcing that in 2023. the project will be implemented in another 23 cities or municipalities.

Minister Vesić estimated that in five to 10 years, with the projects implemented by two other ministries and local governments, Serbia will solve the sewage problem.