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In line with the international discourse, the involvement of city government in issues about their local environment, and consequently the role of UGN play in it, city of Belgrade, Subotica and Novi Sad, which have undertook additional research on UGN within their municipalities, show high awareness and can serve as role model to other Serbian cities.
In connection with this the City Administration, namely the Belgrade Land Development Public Agency, commissioned the Institute of the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering from Belgrade to produce the Study on Vehicle Parking Standards for parking conditions in the City of Belgrade (Milosavljevic et al.
A Neue Mediopolis Film/Film House Bas Celik/ZDF Arte production with the support of MDM, MBB, City of Belgrade.
The city of Belgrade is well named, meaning white fortress.
This paper contains the summary of results obtained in researching demand for transporting dangerous goods of class 3 (oil and oil derivates) in the area of the City of Belgrade in 2007.
BELGRADE, Jul 24, 2009 (TUR) -- Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu continues to hold talks in Serbian capital city of Belgrade on Thursday.
Swedish technology company Pilum AB (OMX First North:PILB) said on Wednesday (25 February) that it has received a SEK7m contract for water treatment technology for the city of Belgrade in Serbia.
He said: "This was a good opportunity for us to look at the commercial potential of the relationship with the city of Belgrade and Serbia as a market.
That deal was put on hold when it was revealed that the Serbia-born businessman had returned to his home city of Belgrade to attend to his seriously-ill mother.
You'll hear this word, meaning cheers, all the time in the lively city of Belgrade.
He was born on May 19, 1913 in the city of Belgrade, in the former Yugoslavia.
When the end came for Yugoslav dictator Slobodan Milosevic, 16-year-old Dejan Stanisavljevic was in the crowd of young people, many in their teens, jammed in front of the Parliament building in the capital city of Belgrade.
The old quarter of the city of Belgrade is heated mostly with electricity, and supplies will be short in the Winter.
The attack was the closest bombing yet to the city of Belgrade, the Pentagon said.
Gap is planning to open its first store in Serbia in the capital city of Belgrade later this year.