On that occasion, Brnabic pointed out that this project, which will be completed in 2023, is of strategic, capital importance not only for Vranjska Banja, but also for the entire Serbian tourism.
Namely, as she specified, the hotel complex worth 90 million euros will employ 350 people, and will be built in four phases, the first of which involves a hotel of 40,000 square meters with 190 rooms and other facilities, including the congress hall, the largest in our country.
The state will, as she said, support that project in every way, and in that sense stated that a loop is being built in order to make it easier to get from the highway, i.e., Corridor 10.
The Prime Minister ended her two-day visit to the Pcinja District with a visit to Vranje, adding that a lot has been done, that there is still work to be done, but that she is satisfied because the living conditions of the citizens have significantly improved.
She toured the wastewater treatment plant in the village and also attended the signing of the Agreement for additional equipment for public utility companies between the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the City of Vranje.
Brnabic announced that she would visit the Jablanica district next weekend in order to get acquainted with the problems of the citizens in that part of the country.