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PM Marković: I expect further progress and development in Pljevlja, new jobs created, full valorization of potential for quality of people's lives

PM Marković: I expect further progress and development in Pljevlja, new jobs created, full valorization of potential for quality of people
Published date: 24.08.2020 17:01 | Author: PR Service

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Prime Minister Duško Marković completed today's working visit to Pljevlja, expressing satisfaction over progress in this city and noting that in the next four years in Pljevlja, he expects further development in tourism, energy, agriculture, new jobs created, nicer and cleaner air and a full valorization of an indisputable natural potential for quality of people's life.

Expressing satisfaction over cooperation with the local leadership on development projects, which was also confirmed at today's meeting, the Prime Minister presented data about projects that are being implemented at the moment.

"I want to inform the citizens of Montenegro and of course in particular, the citizens of Pljevlja, that at this moment EUR 34.5 million are spent in Pljevlja, through the Public Works Administration for development of the capital road infrastructure, primarily regional one which brings Pljevlja closer to other parts of Montenegro, but also to its immediate surroundings. The Public Works Administration concluded a contract worth around EUR 19 million here, of which EUR six million have already been spent," said the Prime Minister at the end of his visit.

The Prime Minister reminded of the stabilization of the energy sector as a whole, estimating that it built the Coal Mine into a serious energy complex, which in these three years made over EUR 22 million in profit and provided good and safe salaries for over 830 employees in the Coal Mine of this municipality.

When it comes to the perspective of Pljevlja, Prime Minister Duško Marković reminded that the contract is concluded, and that the ecological reconstruction of the Thermal Power Plant, worth more than EUR 54 million, will begin soon. He said that it will not only boost our energy sector and ensure the stability of energy supply, but will also mean a new quality of life for the people of Pljevlja, while solving one of the most difficult environmental issues in the country. According to the Prime Minister, the new project will enable warming of Pljevlja, thus solving this difficult environmental issue and creating preconditions for the full development of agriculture, tourism and other activities.

"So in the next few years in Pljevlja, we expect further development in all sectors: in tourism, energy, agriculture. Here we expect new jobs, we expect a nicer and cleaner area in Pljevlja and a full valorization of an indisputable natural potential for the quality of life of people living in this area," Prime Minister Duško Marković concluded at the end of his working visit to Pljevlja.

PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF MONTENEGRO