Mayor of Mostar, together with the Swedish Ambassador and the representatives from the World Bank, visited the construction site of collectors and waste water treatment plant
Mayor of Mostar Mr. Ljubo Bešlić received today in the City Hall for the inaugural visit of Swedish Ambassador to BiH H.E. Anders Hagelberg.
This was the occasion to discuss numerous projects supported by the Swedish government in Mostar, as well as on the political situation and the lack of local elections in that city.
- Sweden has donated 2.5 million Euros for the project of wastewater regulation, and plans to donate another 1.5 million Euros for this project - said the Swedish ambassador.
Regarding the political situation in Mostar, the Ambassador voiced hope that the political parties would provide a solution for holding elections to enable citizens of the city to elect their representatives in the city. Mayor Bešlić expressed his satisfaction with today’s visit, saying that Sweden is largely assisting the City of Mostar through its International Development and Cooperation Agency (SIDA).
"We are doing a lot of projects in Mostar with their help, and besides the wastewater project, Sweden has helped and still helps renovate buildings, waste sanitation and other projects," Bešlić said.
After the meeting in the City Hall, Mayor Bešlić and Ambassador Hagelberg, together with representatives of the World Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina visited the construction of a collector at the site near Hotel Bristol and the wastewater treatment plant at the site near the bridge "Franjo Blažević".