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24 | Dankan Nejsmit, generalni direktor Er Srbije, i Zorana Mihajlović, ministarka građevinarstva, saobraćaja i infrastrukture, potpisali su prošlog meseca ugovor o dodeli 12 linija od javnog značaja (PSO). Letove sa Aerodroma Konstantin Veliki u Nišu obavljaće srpska nacionalna avio-kompanija, a ugovor je potpisan posle međunarodnog tendera, na kojem je jedinu ispravnu ponudu dostavila Er Srbija. Vlada Srbije obezbedila je sredstva u budžetu za naknadu troškova za pružanje usluge avio-prevoza, pa se očekuje da od 15. jula počnu sa radom nove linije sa niškog aerodroma ka Nirnbergu, Frankfurtu, Rimu, Hanoveru, Ljubljani, Salcburgu, Bolonji, Budimpešti, Geteborgu, Fridrihshafenu, Karlsrueu i Tivtu. Potpisivanju suprisustvovali i BranislavMalović, izvršni direktor Er Srbije za saradnju sa državnimorganima i organizacijama, i Zoran Ilić, državni sekretar uMinistarstvu saobraćaja. Zoran Ilić, pomoćnikministarke za vazdušni saobraćaj, izjavio da je Vlada Srbije donela odluku o uvođenju linija od javnog interesa, što je u skladu sa evropskom praksom i regulativom, kako bi se pružila pomoć manje razvijenim regionima. – Na ovaj način podstičemo brži privredni razvoj južne i istočne Srbije, povezivanje sa našomdijasporom, u kojoj se procenjuje da živi oko 1,2 miliona naših ljudi, ali i dalji razvoj turizma. Verujem da će privreda i građani južnog i istočnog regiona biti zadovoljni – rekao je Ilić. ERSRBIJA IZNIŠALETI KA NOVIHDESTINACIJA Air Serbia CEO Duncan Naysmith and Serbian Construction, Transport and InfrastructureMinister Zorana Mihajlović have signed a contract on the granting of 12 routes of public importance (PSO). The flights fromNiš’s Constantine the Great irport will be conducted by the Serbian national airline, with the contract signed after an international tender that saw the only appropriate bid submitted by Air Serbia. The Government of Serbia has secured budget funds to compensate for the costs of air transport services, so new lines are expected to be launched, as of 15th July, from the airport in Niš to Nuremberg, Frankfurt, Rome, Hanover, Ljubljana, Salzburg, Bologna, Budapest, Gothenburg, Friedrichshafen, Karlsruhe and Tivat. The contract signing ceremony was also attended by Air Serbia’s Executive Director for Cooperation with State Bodies and Organisations, Branislav Malović, and Assistant Transport Minister Zoran Ilić. Assistant Transport Minister Ilić announced that the Government of Serbia brought the decision to introduce lines of public interest, which is in accordance with European practises and regulations, in order to provide assistance to less developed regions. “In this way, we’re encouraging the faster economic development of southern and eastern Serbia, connecting with our diaspora, where an estimated 1.2 million people from our country live, as well as encouraging the further development of tourism. I believe that businesses and citizens from the southern and eastern regions will be satisfied,” said Ilić. AIR SERBIA FLYING FROMNIŠ TO12NEWDESTINATIONS

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