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
On the occasion of Christmas, I extend my sincere and heartfelt congratulations to all citizens of Roman Catholics in Mostar and the whole Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The most joyous Catholic holiday and the birth of Jesus Christ should be an opportunity for all of us to build our relationships with one another, while respecting all our differences, which will encourage us to understand each other better and not divide us.
The final Project Conference Interreg MED IMPULSE , under which Days of Energy Efficiency are organised, was held on Tuesday in Mostar and it gathered mayors of cities and municipalities in BiH. Project Manager Darko Knezović pointed out that the City of Mostar has successfully finished its assignment in this Project and that at this Conference he wants to share positive and rich experience gained from partners-Spain, Greece, France, Croatia and Italy with others municipalities and cities in BiH.
The City of Mostar as a partner in the implementation of the Interreg MED IMPULSE project organizes energy efficiency days beginning on June 14, 2019 with the workshop on the energy restoration plan of public buildings in the City of Mostar, where representatives of other municipalities, cities, technical staff, educational institutions, universities, companies involved in the implementation of energy efficiency measures, NGOs and others were invited. At this Workshop, we would like to exchange experiences and
On May 15, 2019, the City Administration of the City of Mostar was visited by a delegation of the World Bank, made by Ms. Linda Van Gelder, Director for the Western Balkans and Mr. Emanuel Salinas, Head of the World Bank's Office in BiH with associates. The theme of the meeting was the commissioning of wastewater treatment plant, as well as the related themes. The meeting also focused on open issues that relate to the sustainability of the plants themselves, not only in Mostar, but also throughout BiH, as well as on the problem of sludge storage.
Reconstruction of the facility of the Mostar Zapad Regional Office is another one in a series of planned energy efficiency projects implemented by the City of Mostar this year. Today, in the City Hall of the City of Mostar, Mayor Ljubo Bešlić signed a contract with the director of Alfa Therm d.o.o. Mostar, Mr. Željko Božić. The contract is related to the implementation of works within the project for reconstruction of the facility of the Mostar Zapad Regional Office, which is being carried out as
After the implementation of the public procurement and the selection of the best contractor, today the City Hall of the City of Mostar has signed a contract with Elko-Marić d.o.o. Mostar from Mostar on carrying out works on the project of reconstruction or replacement of existing light pillars and lamps with new (aluminum) pillars and lamps with energy-efficient LED technology. The project will be carried out in the streets
The mayors of Mostar and Isfahan, Ljubo Bešlić and Dr. Ghodratollah Norouzi signed the Agreement on Cultural and Economic Cooperation between the City of Mostar and the City of Isfahan in Iran. Izet Šahović, Head of Finance and Real Estate Department and Sanela Demirović, Expert Advisor for International Relations of the City of Mostar, were also present at the signing ceremony of the Agreement.
Mayor of Mostar Mr. Ljubo Bešlić participated at the Conference on IPA Adriatic Cross Border Cooperation Programme, in the organisation of Office of Abruzzo Region, held in Brussels. At the Conference there was a discussion on technical preparation and implementation of the program, the EU's cohesion and pre-accession policies, migration, the role of European regional
Mayor of the City of Mostar, Ljubo Bešlić wrote a letter to Eurowings requesting from them to remove the text on Mostar from their official web site, due to the false information: "After the information appeared on your official web site regarding the beginning of the sale of air tickets to Mostar, you have also published information about Mostar, which are in several paragraphs completely inaccurate and caused unforeseeable damage to the City of Mostar and its inhabitants. The City of Mostar does not have the majority of Muslim inhabitants. According to the official Census from 2013, on national and religious structure,
Representatives of the World Bank and the European Commission in BiH, the Swedish International Development and Cooperation Agency (SIDA), together with the representatives of PU Vodovod, visited today the ongoing works on the construction of waste water treatment plant, located near the bridge "Franjo Blažević".
On Friday, the City of Mostar hosted the Conference entitled "Handicrafts - Past, Present, Future" with the purpose of considering the state of preservation and valorisation of traditional crafts as part of the immaterial world cultural heritage. According to the Mortar’s Mayor Mr. Ljubo Bešlić, the purpose of this project is the promotion of traditional crafts of the city of Mostar, together with other world heritage cities.
The City of Mostar will be the host and the organiser of the Conference called "Handicrafts-past, present, future". The purpose of the Conference is to observe the situation on the field of preservation and valorisation of traditional crafts as a part of intangible world cultural heritage. The Conference will be a sort of review of good practices from Bosnia and Herzegovina, the countries of the region and OWHC member countries
Mayor of Mostar Ljubo Bešlić, who participates in the WEBIT festival in Bulgaria, Sofia, met today with the Mayor of Sofia Jordanka Fandekova. Mayor Bešlić thanked her for this occasion, and the topic of discussion between the two mayors was the possibility of economic and cultural cooperation on projects that could jointly run for EU funds.
At WEBIT festival in Sofia, Mostar presented its goal to become a part of the smart cities group through the presentation “Reinventing Europe in Smart Cities Through Smart Administration“. In his speech Mayor of Mostar Ljubo Bešlić welcomed all participants and presented all the activities taken to estimate the idea. The Mayor pointed out that the City of Mostar wants to be included in the smart cities of
Olive growing has perspective in Herzegovina and this is the area where olive trees have the best percentage of unsaturated fatty acids and give extra virgin olive oil of exceptional quality - said Ahmed Džubur, Professor of Agro-Mediterranean Faculty,