TRH CROWN PRINCE ALEKSANDAR II AND CROWN PRINCESS KATHERINE VISIT ZAJECAR
€4,500 incubator delivered to the local Health Center
Visit to the elementary school “Ljuba Nesic”
Belgrade, 8 November 2002 – TRH Crown Prince Aleksandar II and Crown Prince Katherine visited Zajecar today where after the reception at the Town Hall they delivered “Draeger” incubator to the local Health Center and then visited elementary school “Ljuba Nesic”.
Upon their arrival to Zajecar, the Crown Prince and Crown Princess were welcomed by the Mayor Mr. Goran Petrunovic with his associates, general managers of the biggest Zajecar companies (brewery ”7 September”, “Imlek”, ”Zitopromet”, “Kristal” and “Porcelan”), representatives of the Roman Catholic Church, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Ministry of Education and Sport.
Mr. Perunovic presented Zajecar as the town of long tradition, and cultural center, putting special emphasis on the historic importance of “Felix Romuliana”, the remains of Roman culture in our country originating from the third century A.D., located in Gamzigrad near Zajecar.
He also added Zajecar was the town where people of different nations lived together, and the Crown Prince expressed his pleasure for Zajecar had good national and religious relationships, which sets a good example to everybody.
Current situation in Zajecar municipality and businesses of local companies were discussed at the meeting.
On that occasion, the Crown Prince pointed out it was necessary that the companies that used to do business well, made solid business plans and strategies to bring back the old partners and attract new investors.
After the reception at the Town Hall the Crown Prince and Crown Princess visited elementary school “Ljuba Nesic”, situated in the building of the old High School that was built in 1892.
The Crown Prince and Crown Princess were welcomed by a thousand pupils of this school, and the younger of them prepared a short program.
Notably excited after the performance by the young ones, the Crown Prince and the Crown Princess invited them and their teachers to visit the Royal Palace.
During the visit to the Health Center in Zajecar, Their Royal Highnesses delivered the € 4,500 worth “Draeger” incubator to the director Dr. Dragana Golubovic.
“This incubator is only a part of the humanitarian aid raised during the great event of re-opening the White Palace, when over €1,000,000 was raised.”
Her Royal Highness reminded of the difficult years that were behind us and expressed her hope the better times were coming, adding:
“I believe this incubator will be the source of health for the new born babies and the source of joy for their parents”.
The director Dr. Dragana Golubovic warmly thanked for the donation, and then took the guests for a round of pediatric ward.