Mayor of Mostar, Dr.Mario Kordić, received the Ambassador of the Republic of Austria to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ulrike Hartmann, today. The Mayor informed the Ambassador about the initiatives he wants to implement together with the new City Council and that in the next term he wants to cooperate with the Embassy on specific projects, the City of Mostar announced. The Ambassador said that Austria is the largest investor in BiH, but that there are no significant investments in Mostar. They agreed that Mostar and the Herzegovina region have great potential,
Mayor of Mostar, Dr. Mario Kordić received today at the City Hall a delegation of Chinese-European Agency for Technical and Economic Cooperation (CEATEC), under the Ministry of Trade, led by the President of CEATEC Shanghai, Chen Hui and representatives of the Association of Entrepreneurs of Herzegovina (APH), led by President Damir Vidačak. The meeting was also attended by Ivan Ljubić, acting Director of Mostar Airport. The topic of the meeting was better improvement of cooperation between businessmen from Mostar and the People's Republic
Mayor of Mostar, Mario Kordić, received Christine Toudic, the Ambassador of the Republic of France to Bosnia and Herzegovina, at the City Hall today. Ambassador Toudic congratulated Mayor Kordić on his election as Mayor of Mostar and said that this was one of her first visits during her term in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the City of Mostar announced. The Mayor informed the Ambassador of the opportunities in Mostar and the initiatives they want to implement in their mandate and called on her to find a way to attract French business companies to come and invest in Mostar.
Dr. Mario Kordić, Mayor of Mostar, received today in the City Hall H.E. Nicola Minasia, Ambassador of the Republic of Italy to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ambassador Minasi congratulated Mayor on the election, and expressed satisfaction with the local elections in Mostar. The importance of the technical equipment of the Airport and the establishment of air traffic for the economic prosperity of Mostar, as well as for the development of tourism were discussed. According to the ambassador, the most important thing now is to send good news across
Mayor of the City of Mostar, Dr. Mario Kordić met in Mostar City Hall with Majda Behrem Stojanov, Director of the Pro-Budućnost Project.The meeting was attended by the appointed members of the Working Group of the City of Mostar within the PRO Budućnost Project Senada Sadović, Elvedin Gadara, Dženana Dedić and Sabina Memić. At the meeting, the previous activities within the Project were presented and some of the next activities in which the City of Mostar can participate through infrastructure projects. The proposition is for the Mostar City
Mayor of Mostar, Ph.D. Mario Kordić received today in the City Hall H.E. Matthew Field, Ambassador of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland to Bosnia and Herzegovina. At the beginning of the meeting, the Ambassador expressed satisfaction with the fact that local elections were held in Mostar, and agreed that the formation of the City Council will enable accelerated consideration of issues of importance to the City of Mostar, which have waited too long for a solution. Mayor Kordić expressed his enthusiasm and belief that many issues
Mayor of the City of Mostar, Dr. Mario Kordić, received today in the City Hall Mr. Predrag Praštalo, President of the European Movement in BiH. On this occasion, Praštalo congratulated Mayor Kordić on his election as Mayor of Mostar, and especially thanked him for the reception in Mostar. Praštalo pointed out that with this election Mostar got a man who, through his public appearances before and after the election, has proved to be the person with concrete determination, will and commitment to European values, and the promotion of the same. T
Mayor of Mostar, Dr. Mario Kordić received today in the City Hall Yasar Ergun, Consul General of the Republic of Turkey, based in Mostar. Consul Ergun congratulated the Mayor on the election and wished him success in his work, hoping that the City of Mostar, now with the new City Council, will be able to solve the specific issues that this city has. He also expressed hope that, as such, it will attract more investors in the future. He reminded that the City of Mostar has twin cities in the Republic of Turkey that are very successful in economic development and tourism, thus, there can be a significant improvement in the field of cooperation between cities.
Dear Ladies,On behalf of the City Administration of Mostar and my personal behalf, I would like to congratulate you the International Women's Day. This day is also an opportunity to recall the events of more than a century ago, the struggle that women went through on the path to equality. Although, at the beginning it referred mainly to the struggle for labour equality, today we mark March 8 as a day of struggle for all the rights that women have fought for throughout history, and especially in the 20th century. Therefore, it is important that we remember,
The Mayor of Mostar, dr. Mario Kordić received today at the City Hall Mr. Silvio Nardo, a councillor in the City Council of Montegrotto and an honorary citizen of the City of Mostar and a personal envoy of the Mayor of Montegrrotto, accompanied by representatives of the humanitarian organization Auser from the friendly Italian city of Montegrotto Terme. At the beginning of the meeting, Nardo congratulated Dr. Kordić at the election for the Mayor of Mostar and expressed his gratitude for the reception and conveyed congratulations from Mr. Riccardo Mortandello, the Mayor of Montegrotto Terme.
The Mayor of Mostar, Dr. Mario Kordić, and the President of the City Council of Mostar, Salem Marić, received today at the City Hall representatives of the Association 'Novi put' from Mostar, winner of the prestigious international award for 2021 awarded by the 'Child10' Foundation from the Kingdom of Sweden for fighting against trafficking and sexual exploitation of children, as well as the Swedish Queen Silvia Awards and her ‘Child Care’ Foundation. The President of the Association Abida Pehlić informed the Mayor Kordić and the President of the City Council Marić that 'Novi put'
The Mayor of Mostar, Dr. Mario Kordić, and the President of the City Council of Mostar, Salem Marić, received today at the City Hall representatives of the Sports Association of the City of Mostar, Senad Kevelj, President of the Management Board of SACM and Danko Šulenta, President of the Supervisory Board of SACM. Representatives of the Sports Association of the City of Mostar Kevelj and Šulenta thanked for the reception and introduced Mayor Kordić and President of the City Council Marić with the fact that the Sports Association of the City of Mostar
It is with deep sadness that we were informed of the passing away of Mr. Milan Bandić, the Mayor of the City of Zagreb and a great friend of the City of Mostar. Milan Bandić was a frequent guest in Mostar and always ready to help our city and all its citizens in every way. Because of everything he has done, I believe he will be remembered as one of the greatest mayors in Zagreb's history. During all these years as the head of the Croatian metropolis, he lived and worked for his city. The City of Zagreb will surely always remember him, and the City of Mostar will have the fondest memories of him as a sincere and dear friend.
The Mayor of the City of Mostar, Mr. Mario Kordić, and the President of the City Council of the City of Mostar, Mr. Salem Marić, extended their sincere congratulations to all citizens of the City of Mostar and Bosnia and Herzegovina on the occasion of March 1, the Independence Day of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Laying wreaths at the memorial in Matića brdo near Stolac marked the 17th anniversary of the death of Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski, who, together with associates and crew members, was killed in a plane crash while he was traveling to Mostar. Delegations of the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia, the Council of Ministers of BiH, the Presidency of BiH, the Office of the President of the Republic of North Macedonia, the BiH Parliamentary Assembly, the BiH Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Army of the Republic of North Macedonia, the FBiH Government
The new Mayor of Mostar, Mr. Mario Kordić, said on Wednesday that in his term he would focus more on topics that are important for the everyday life of citizens, and less on political issues, and reiterated that he would be the Mayor of all citizens of Mostar. He believes that he and the City Council have a lot of work ahead because, as he says, in the past 12 years, many problems have accumulated, from landfill, collectors, to parking and water supply. - We are going to make a new deal for Mostar, that is, to start everything that has been on stand by all these years.
Mr. Mario Kordić is the new Mayor of city of Mostar. The new Mayor won 17 votes while his opponent Mr. Zlatko Guzin won 16 votes. There were two invalid ballots that were filled incorrectly. Former Mayor Mr.Ljubo Bešlić, addressing the councillors and the new Mayor of the City of Mostar, with congratulations, said that Mr.Mario Kordić is taking on a very responsible duty of "leading the pearl of Herzegovina". Opponent candidate Mr. Zlatko Guzin also congratulated Mr. Kordić, saying that he was satisfied that he and his fellow doctor did not get involved in politicking.
Political parties, coalitions, and independent candidates participating in the 2020 local elections in the City of Mostar scheduled on 20 December 2020 signed an election pledge on 18 November 2020, promising to ensure a peaceful and fair electoral process. The election pledge was developed by representatives of the Mostar City Election Commissions, civil society organizations and political subjects registered for 2020 local elections in Mostar, with the support of the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).
Today, July 15, 2020, we are marking 15 years since the Inscription of the Old Bridge on UNESCO World Heritage List. The Old Bridge was listed on UNESCO World Heritage List, at the session in Durban, South Africa. - Many were sceptics in Bosnia and Herzegovina, when we were going they did not want to join our delegation, because they were afraid of failure - said on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of inscription Mostar’s Mayor Ljubo Bešlić. The said delegation, which participated in the session of UNESCO experts in Durban in the Republic of South Africa
During today's meeting in the City Hall of Mostar, representatives of the NATO Headquarters for BiH, led by Deputy Commander Morten Henriksen and the Mayor of Mostar Ljubo Bešlić, emphasized the need for better firefighting equipment of the Armed Forces of BiH. Satisfaction was expressed in the current cooperation of members of the Armed Forces with NATO in all segments of civil society, especially in the area of the fire brigade. When asked about the purchase of an Air tractor for firefighting, which is