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MINISTER DJORDJEVIC, DANISH AMBASSADOR HOUGAARD ON INTRODUCTION OF SOCIAL SECURITY CARDS

BELGRADE, 30. April 2018 (Beta) - Minister of Labor, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy Zoran Djordjevic on April 30 talked with the ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark to the Republic of Serbia, Anders Hougaard, about providing support for the introduction of the social security card system in Serbia. "Our plan is to send our experts to Copenhagen so that we may in the shortest possible time achieve the set goals in the field of introducing the social security card system, and Denmark's support in that is important to us," the ministry quoted Djordjevic as saying. "We want Serbia to have the same social security card system as Denmark and to apply their experiences in our country, especially at a time when Serbia will be an equal member of the EU," added the minister. Ambassador Anders Hougaard said, according to the statement, that the Danish side already had the will to help Serbia introduce the social security card system and that it would aim to have the Serbian delegation speak with competent interlocutors during its visit to Copenhagen.

MALI, JAPANESE AMBASSADOR ON VINCA LANDFILL AND OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS

BELGRADE, 30. April 2018 (Beta) - Belgrade Mayor Sinisa Mali on April 30 talked with Japanese Ambassador Junichi Maruyama about major environmental projects in Belgrade that involve Japanese companies, such as the Vinca landfill. According to the Beoinfo website, speaking of the landfill Mali said at the City Assembly that a construction permit for the building of a waste heat recovery plant was expected by the end of 2018 and added that the project was worth EUR300 million. As for another environmental project - a waste water treatment facility in Veliko Selo - Mali informed the ambassador that a consultant was to be picked by the end of June and that Belgrade was open to cooperation with Japanese companies. The mayor said that the public lighting project would be based on a public-private partnership, wherein public lighting on all 160,000 poles in Belgrade would be replaced with new LED bulbs. The interlocutors also discussed the Belgrade Waterfront project, and the ambassador said the project was progressing excellently. On the topic of metro construction, Mali told the ambassador that a pre-feasibility study would be completed by the end of the year, a feasibility study would be done in 2019, whereas construction would kick off in 2020.

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