The new Mayor of Mostar, Mr. Mario Kordić, said on Wednesday that in his term he would focus more on topics that are important for the everyday life of citizens, and less on political issues, and reiterated that he would be the Mayor of all citizens of Mostar. He believes that he and the City Council have a lot of work ahead because, as he says, in the past 12 years, many problems have accumulated, from landfill, collectors, to parking and water supply. - We are going to make a new deal for Mostar, that is, to start everything that has been on stand by all these years.
Mr. Mario Kordić is the new Mayor of city of Mostar. The new Mayor won 17 votes while his opponent Mr. Zlatko Guzin won 16 votes. There were two invalid ballots that were filled incorrectly. Former Mayor Mr.Ljubo Bešlić, addressing the councillors and the new Mayor of the City of Mostar, with congratulations, said that Mr.Mario Kordić is taking on a very responsible duty of "leading the pearl of Herzegovina". Opponent candidate Mr. Zlatko Guzin also congratulated Mr. Kordić, saying that he was satisfied that he and his fellow doctor did not get involved in politicking.
Political parties, coalitions, and independent candidates participating in the 2020 local elections in the City of Mostar scheduled on 20 December 2020 signed an election pledge on 18 November 2020, promising to ensure a peaceful and fair electoral process. The election pledge was developed by representatives of the Mostar City Election Commissions, civil society organizations and political subjects registered for 2020 local elections in Mostar, with the support of the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).
Today, July 15, 2020, we are marking 15 years since the Inscription of the Old Bridge on UNESCO World Heritage List. The Old Bridge was listed on UNESCO World Heritage List, at the session in Durban, South Africa. - Many were sceptics in Bosnia and Herzegovina, when we were going they did not want to join our delegation, because they were afraid of failure - said on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of inscription Mostar’s Mayor Ljubo Bešlić. The said delegation, which participated in the session of UNESCO experts in Durban in the Republic of South Africa
During today's meeting in the City Hall of Mostar, representatives of the NATO Headquarters for BiH, led by Deputy Commander Morten Henriksen and the Mayor of Mostar Ljubo Bešlić, emphasized the need for better firefighting equipment of the Armed Forces of BiH. Satisfaction was expressed in the current cooperation of members of the Armed Forces with NATO in all segments of civil society, especially in the area of the fire brigade. When asked about the purchase of an Air tractor for firefighting, which is