Welcome to Leskovac!

dobrodosli_eng.jpgIn the heart of the spacious and fertile Leskovian valley, fifty kilometres long and forty five kilometres wide, lies the city of Leskovac. It abounds in a great variety of geographic features and tourist facilities which will attract even the most particular of visitors. Apart from this multitude of features and facilities, Leskovac is also an important transit centre, providing links to Southern Europe (Greece), North-Western Europe via Belgrade, the Adriatic Sea via Priština, and the Black Sea and the Eurasian corridor via Sophia. The territory of the municipality of Leskovac is situated at an altitude between 210 and 240 meters above sea level.

"Abrasevic" gets aid for recovery and survival

Cultural Association "Abrasevic" will renew its work. It was decided to pay the debts of nearly RSD500,000 for the lease of space in the building of the Association of Independent Trade Unions during 2010 and 2011. This cultural and artistic society that has existed for over a century and received numerous awards and prizes will now work in the Cultural Center of Leskovac.

Counters of city governments opened in Vucje and Grdelica

Mayor Goran Cvetanovic and Head of General Administration, Slobodan Milosevic opened the branch offices of city governments in Grdelica and Vucje so that the local authorities could be more attentive to the citizens living in these small towns.

Railway workers donated blood for Leskovac transfusion
Railway workers gave blood so that Leskovac transfusion could have enough blood supply for the summer. This action was successfully organized by the local government.
City Assembly Session

The members of the City Assembly of Leskovac adopted a draft decision amending the decisions on the establishment of public and public utility companies in the morning part of the session, agreed with the statutes of these companies, and adopted the decisions and recommendations on the implementation of public tenders for the appointment of the directors of these companies.

Reforms for improving business environment

Predrag Cvetkovic, OPTIMUS expert for regulatory reform said that the most complicated procedure in Leskovac was urban planning and construction or building - i.e. obtaining the location, as well as construction and use permits. Special attention would be given to simplifying those procedures so the citizens and businesses could easily access the necessary documents. 

The year of returning debts

At the press conference, the Mayor said that during 9 months from taking the responsibility, the local government returned more than one billion dinars of old debts.

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