The President of the Republic of Srpska Željka Cvijanović and the Mayor of Banja Luka Igor Radojičić visited the hamlet Grlić in Agino Selo, where a kilometer of street lighting is released and where now there are thirty children living there.
The President Cvijanović expressed satisfaction since projects important for the improvement of living conditions are being implemented in accordance with the promises of the City Administration of Banja Luka and the Mayor.
“Our intention is to keep people in these areas. A lot has been done here, the school, the lighting, the road, that is, what the locals were looking for”, said the President of the Republic.
The President of the Republic of Srpska pointed out that the greatest wealth of the village is thirty children. “It essentially maintains the work of the regional school, but it also implies that there are possibilities for families to stay not only in the cities but also in the villages”, it was added by the President Cvijanović.
The President of the Republic of Srpska assessed that the City Administration and the Mayor take care of the complete area that belongs to the city.
“People should know that there is a concern of the city authorities and I am proud that all local communities are developing”, said the President of the Republic.