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28May2017

Marijana and Milan Djekovic, Grabovac, Serbia

Marijana Djekovic was born in a small village near Vukovar, Croatia, from where she fled together with her mother and two sisters in 1991. They came to Zemun, Serbia, to their aunt’s, where they settled temporarily, but were continuously returning to Croatia to visit their father who had had to stay there. Finally, in 1997,
  • 28 May, 2017
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24May2017

Serbian RHP PIU signs today contracts for the construction of 261 apartments in 13 municipalities

The Acting Director of the “Public Sector Projects Implementation Unit Ltd. Belgrade” Ms Vesna Vandić signed today the works contracts for the construction of 16 multi-apartment buildings that will provide 261 apartments to RHP beneficiaries by mid-2018. The total value of the contracts amounts to close to EUR 6 million. The apartments will be constructed
  • 24 May, 2017
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02Apr2017

Marica Cugalj, Pecinci, Serbia

Marica Cugalj fled with her husband from Croatia in 1995 and, since then, they have been living in the Srem village of Pecinci. Now a three-member family – they have a 14-year-old daughter – they were lucky, she says, because herself and her husband always had work. He works as a repairman and she works
  • 2 Apr, 2017
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31Mar2017

49 beneficiary families in Serbia received contracts for pre-fabricated houses

On 29 March, in the Belgrade City Assembly, 49 refugee families from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia were awarded contracts for the delivery of prefabricated houses on the territory of the City of Belgrade. The contracts were handed over by the First Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and the Mayor of Belgrade Sinisa Mali. The
  • 31 Mar, 2017
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22Mar2017

Construction of a 40-apartment building starts in Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia

On 17 March, the Commissariat for Refugees and Migration of the Republic of Serbia hosted an event to mark the start of construction on a multi-apartment building which will provide housing for 40 refugee families. The total project cost is estimated at EUR 700 000, and the works should be finalised within a year. Sremska
  • 22 Mar, 2017
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14Mar2017

Interview with EU Ambassador to Serbia and Commissioner for Refugees published in the Serbian weekly magazine Nedeljnik

EU Ambassador to Serbia Michael Davenport and Serbian Commissioner for Refugees Vladimir Cucic gave an interview to the Serbian weekly magazine Nedeljnik. You can read here the integral interview in English. MICHAEL DAVENPORT, HEAD OF EU DELEGATION TO SERBIA Could you tell us something about the assistance that EU provides to the refugees and migrants on
  • 14 Mar, 2017
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