Inspection closed Park of Eleven Hectars in Sarajevo because more than 20 Persons were in it

The Cantonal Inspection closed the Safet Zajko Center today, claiming that no more than 20 people can stay in it at one time, said the Mayor of Novi Grad Sarajevo, Semir Efendic, on his official Facebook profile.

“Employees of Public Enterprise Lokom, who manage and maintain the park failed to explain to the inspectors that the park is a public open space of 11 hectares where there is enough space for physical distance and that for the residents of Novi Grad Center Safet Zajko is the same as Wilson’s Promenade for Novo Sarajevo or Ferhadija for Stari Grad”, said Efendic.

On this occasion, he apologized to all citizens who experienced inconvenience due to this behavior of the inspection and had to leave the park because of the “weird interpretation of epidemiological measures”.

“If in the next period the inspection does not change its position on this issue, the park will be completely open like any other public space, so let the inspection prevent its devastation, clean the garbage that accumulates there and prevent the park from becoming an illegal landfill. Miljacka river, where garbage is uncontrolled dumped in the area of ​​the former company Zora because the Cantonal Inspection is not doing its job “, concluded the Mayor of Novi Grad Sarajevo.

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