Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said this Wednesday, April 17, during her visit to the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA) that the government had set aside EUR 6 million for a complete reconstruction of its building, including the project design.
After visiting the Audiovisual Archive, the Digitization Center and the Library of the SASA and talking to the president of the SASA, Vladimir Kostic, and members of the Executive Board, Brnabic pointed out that the reconstruction of this building, which has close to 10,000 square meters, was a very complex project, the Government of Serbia says in a press release.
Brnabic explained that, at the moment, the project task was being prepared for the purpose of opening the tender procedure for the reconstruction.
The prime minister said that the Audiovisual Archive and the Digitization Center had the most modern equipment and reminded that the government had invested close to two million euros in arranging this space and buying the equipment.
The building was also visited by Education Minister Mladen Sarcevic, the director of the Office for Information Technologies and Electronic Government, Mihailo Jovanovic, and the director of the Office for Public Investments, Marko Blagojevic.