At the Steering Committee of the project "RRK 5" (Return and Reintegration Project), held at the Ministry for Communities and Return, attended by the representatives of this institution, representatives of the European Union Office in Kosovo, International Organization for Migration (IOM), which also implemented the project and representatives of the UNHCR, the construction of 65 houses for displaced persons was approved. The construction will be implemented in the municipalities of Peja, Prizren Obilic, Gracanica, Novo Brdo, Kamenica and Orahovac.
The Secretary General of the MCR, Nenad Stojcetovic, assessed that the RRK 5 project was very important for the return process and, on behalf of the Minister in resignation, Dalibor Jevtić, he thanked the attendees for the assistance they provide.
"I am grateful to the EU Office in Kosovo for supporting the return process and everything that it does in general. Without their help, we could not be successful in talking about a project as we do today. "
Stojcetovic said that the Ministry for Communities and Return and the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister Dalibor Jevtic, although in the technical mandate, will continue to help those who need help most, and that the approval of the construction of 65 houses is confirming this. It also points out that by the end of the year will be approved the construction of another 65 houses.
During the meeting, Stojcetovic informed the partners of the project that the Ministry of Communities and Return will continue to achieve full implementation in this year's implementation of its obligations in a better way this year.
Representatives of the European Union Office in Kosovo, the International Organization for Migration and UNHCR thanked the Ministry and Minister Jevtic for their efforts to make the return process more successful and better and stressed that they firmly believe that they will continue with good cooperation.
Otherwise, the project "RRK 5" for this year will build more homes than planned, and it is expected to realize six major infrastructure projects in six municipalities.