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Kavalec hands over IT equipment to the City Council of Mostar
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MOSTAR, 7 October (FENA) - Ambassador Kathleen Kavalec, Head of the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina, presented new IT equipment to city councilors and the professional service of the Mostar City Council on Thursday.
The handover of 36 laptops and nine computers was attended by the leaders of the City Council and the Mayor of Mostar, Mario Kordić.
Ambassador Kavalec pointed out that they are very glad that the elections in Mostar were held last year, that the city has a new mayor, a new Council and a new chairman of the Council, as well as some new energy.
She added that they wanted to support the process of improvement in the city with this small but hopeful significant donation.
"We know that the citizens expect to move forward and for the city to start functioning, so we believe that this is a contribution to that, greater efficiency of the work of city officials in general.
We are also glad to see other signs of progress, organizing various festivals and events, so we are glad to be part of that process," said Kavalec.
The Mayor of Mostar, Mario Kordić, also thanked the OSCE Mission to BiH.
"This is a small piece of the puzzle which we have been building for the last few months, and that is an attempt at the digital transformation of the City of Mostar.
I am glad that we are following this trend through the Council, and I think that this will really improve the working conditions of city councilors. We have one more small job left and that is to finish the City Hall so that the media and all the people who follow us have better quality broadcasts and to have better access to what we are doing here," said the mayor.
(FENA) S. R.