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The Mayor of Belgrade, Zoran Radojičić, met with the Ambassador of Slovakia to Serbia, H.E. Fedor Rosocha and Resident Representative of the UNDP Serbia Francine Pickup, to discuss the numerous development projects in the capital of Serbia.

At the meeting in the building of the Old Palace, important ideas were exchanged regarding the improvement of the environment in Belgrade, the quality of life, the concept of “Smart cities”, air quality and energy efficiency.

“I received a completed feasibility study prepared by Slovakia together with the UNDP, for nine facilities, i.e. buildings that would use solar energy for water heating,” said Mayor Radojičić.

He estimates that the investment is around 1,800,000 euros and that after nine years, the investment will return.

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