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President Vučić had a tour of construction works on the Belgrade Waterfront project

Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić had a tour of construction works in the park within the Belgrade Waterfront project today. He was accompanied by Deputy Mayor of Belgrade Goran Vesić, the Minister of Finance Siniša Mali and Mayor of Belgrade Zoran Radojičić

Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić had a tour of construction works in the park within the Belgrade Waterfront project today. He was accompanied by Deputy Mayor of Belgrade Goran Vesić, the Minister of Finance Siniša Mali and Mayor of Belgrade Zoran Radojičić.

Our company Millennium Team has been engaged in the works on Belgrade Waterfront construction site since the project started.

During his visit, President Aleksandar Vučić said the park would be one of the most beautiful ones in Belgrade, adding the park is expected to open in mid-August.

During his visit, the president said he was pleased about the fact Belgrade would have a large, well-equipped public park.

“We are standing in a stunning park spanning over 2 hectares that is due to open over the course of the next two months. It will be one of the most beautiful and best-equipped parks,” President Vučić said.

After touring the works, he said the park features plenty of equipment and toys for children, adding that a major achievement will be made in the near future – increasing green areas in Belgrade to 20 percent.

“What is important  is that we will do all we can to boost greenery on as many areas as possible, not only in Belgrade, but also in Novi Sad, Niš, Kragujevac, and other cities, where the state will lend support in afforestation and greening efforts,” Vučić said.

The park within the Belgrade Waterfront will span 2.7 hectares, and a total of two hectares have been developed so far. It will feature around 140 various types of trees and a 700-metre-long running track. The park will also feature a children’s playground, sports courts, table for table tennis, and picnic area.

While touring the works, the president wanted to learn more about the progress of the works on the Belgrade Tower, whereas the Belgrade Waterfront company said the works on the building would commence in October.

While visiting the Belgrade Waterfront construction site President Vučić said that one of the most attractive boulevards, Woodrow Wilson Avenue, will be located in that part of the city. He called the avenue “Belgrade’s Champs-Élysées”.

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