RCC out on the street to meet citizens in Sarajevo

(Photo RCC/Zeljko Smola)

(Photo RCC/Zeljko Smola)

Working towards the prosperity of Southeast European citizens, the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) is going out into the streets to ask the citizens how they feel about their lives, their job prospects or the lack of them. It will be an opportunity to discuss regional cooperation, RCC’s ambitious plans to help generate a million jobs by the end of the decade, how happy or unhappy are the citizens with the regional infrastructure, business opportunities etc. 

A street installation with information about RCC’s activities will take place in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina on Friday, 12 December in Sarajevo City Centre (SCC), Vrbanja 1,  starting at 10 am. Sanjin Arifagic, RCC Coordinator of SEE 2020 Strategy, will be available for media representatives from 12.00 to 13.00 hours.

The events are envisaged as a two way information avenue since the citizens will have an opportunity to record their messages to the RCC and via the RCC to their respective governments. Similar street installations were already successfully conducted in Podgorica, Tirana, Skopje and Pristina and will also take place in Belgrade by the end of the year.

Please come and join us!