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˝EXISTENT AND PROSPECTIVE REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS IN SERBIA˝

Belgrade, December 4th, 2015

 

P1020242The third and the final national workshop within the DRINKADRIA international project framework (Networking for Drinking Water Supply in Adriatic Region), titled ˝Existent and Prospective Regional Water Supply Systems in Serbia˝, was held in Belgrade on December 4th 2015, organised by the ˝Jaroslav Černi˝ Institute for the Development od Water Resources.

 


The issue of regional water supply in Serbia, gathered almost 40 participants at the workshop. This theme was chosen because the issue of water supply is very significant and because the solution is increasingly required in the regional framework. The workshop was attended by representatives of water supply and sanitation utility companies, as well as those of the regional water supply systems in Serbia (Belgrade, Sombor, Kruševac, Čačak, Kragujevac, Valjevo, Arilje), the Republic of Serbian (Bijeljina), Montenegro (Nikšić), experts from various scientific and academic institutions (˝Jaroslav Černi˝ Institute for the Development od Water Resources, University of Belgrade's Faculty of Civil Engineering). The workshop was also attended by representatives of the relevant state bodies: Ministry of Agriculture and Environment, Serbian Directorate for Water, and the Republic of Serbia's Government European Integration Office.

The workshop has raised various issues pertinent to the regional water supply use, maintenance and challenges, as well as offered suggestions concerning possible solutions for the improvement of existing and prospective regional water supply systems. The main objective of the workshop - the exchange of experiences and newly acquired knowledge in the fields of improving the quality of water supply and regional water supply, including the identification of problems and attempts to define solutions to overcome them - has been successfully achieved through a dynamic discussion among the water supply company representatives, but also through their additional constructive discussions with the representatives of academic and government institutions of key issues of any further development and improvement of the regional water supply systems' capacities.

Presenting the DRINKADRIA project as an example of a good practice, the ˝Jaroslav Čern˝ Institute representatives demonstrated possible strategies of managing the capitalisation and sustainability of international projects. The DRINKADRIA project partners from the University of Ljubljana and the University of Rijeka, as well as from the town of Nikšić Waterworks, have given presentations of their project activities and results, and shared their own experiences concerning regional water supply, thus hugely contributing to the content and quality of the workshop. Guests from the region have expressed a great pleasure to have been part of our Third National Workshop and a dynamic discussion among participants has made a special impression on them.

 

 

 
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