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Old February 13th, 2011, 10:09 PM   #1
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Косово и Метохија - изградња | Kosovo i Metohija - construction updates

Нисам приметио да постоји тема на српском делу форума која се бави пројектима у покрајини па ћу се усудити да је отворим. Предпостављам да спада под "Југ и Исток".

Наша браћа Албанци се наумили да изграде неки њихов Менхетн и прилично се поносе тиме ,вероватно мислећи да ће облакодери (поготово највиши на Балкану) аутоматски донети и висок животни стандард. Можда им наши љубитењи небодера због тога завиде мада ја видим мало шта позитивног у развоју тог типа.

Наиме , иако се Албанци батргају ,граде свуда по нешто и дају утисак да се муњевито развијају, сви пројекти (осим пан албанског аутопута и још неких ситних изузетака) се врте око потрошње тј. тржних центара, станоградње, бензинских пумпи, банки и хотела. Другарица ми је лепо приметила да на Косову ништа не ради, а има се пара за трошење. Свако има неког рођака на раду у иностранству који му шаље пар стотки месечно и живи као цар ... да не спомињем паре од организованог криминала и међународних донација. У сваком случају, далеко од тога да се тамо ништа не гради како многи Срби мисле и иако је тај модел развоја по мени неодржив ,заслужује макар тему ако не већ посебан одељак на српском форуму.

Ево пар веза на неке од супер фенси пројеката доле за оне који неким чудом нису већ гвирнули на албански форум:

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Old February 13th, 2011, 10:16 PM   #2
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На Шар Планини у српској општини Штрпце, Албанци су прво хтели да по већ испробаној тактици приватизују узурпирану српску имовину , у овом случају ски центар на тој планини који је наравно у власништву Србије. Пошто се из тог разлога ниједан озбиљан инвеститор није јавио , Албанци сада планирају да поред направе скроз нови центар и да га после евентуално споје са старим.

Текст са сајта balkaninsight.com:

Kosovo authorities are considering a plan to build an entirely new ski resort from scratch in the southern mountains in order to sidestep the long-running row over who owns the current resort at Brezovica.

A master plan to this effect has been drawn up by international ski centre experts Ecosign and has already been endorsed by the Kosovo government. An international investors’ conference will be held this year to encourage investment.

Acting Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said implementation of the plan would result in the creation of 2,000 new jobs directly and 5,000 other new jobs indirectly.

"This plan envisages making Brezovica one of the main recreational and winter sports’ centres in the region due to its favourable climate and terrain," he said.

A bitter dispute between Belgrade and Pristina over ownership of the existing resort has thwarted a series of plans over the past decade to privatise Brezovica and so turn it into a premier winter destination in the Balkans.

Meanwhile, the facilities are falling into disrepair. The number of functioning lifts has dropped from nine to two since the end of the 1999 conflict and the hotels have received little or no investment lately.

It was hoped that the election of an ethnic Serb mayor in the local elections in Kosovo in November 2009 would break the deadlock but so far there has been no progress.

Brezovica’s heyday was back in the 1980s. The resort then hosted 120,000 overnight stays, about half during the ski season and half in summer, when the area’s Alpine-style meadows and streams are ideal for hikers. In 1984, Brezovica was even touted as an alternative venue for the Winter Olympics, held in Sarajevo, Bosnia.

Now it is proposed to rejuvenate the skiing area with a brand new mountain resort, tourist village, five major lifts and more than 25km of pistes.

To be built next door to the current centre, the proposed development would be five times larger than the Mavrovo ski resort in Macedonia though still only one-third the size of Bansko, Bulgaria, the region’s largest centre.

The total cost of the new lifts would be 25 million euro but the master plan does not detail the financial implications of the whole resort, including new homes, restaurants and hotels.

While the proposal would sidestep the row over privatisation, hopes remain that the current site may be sold in future and the new and old centres linked.

The European Commission, which commissioned the plan, told Balkan Insight: “The master plan indeed foresees the development of a totally new area in the Sharr Mountains.

"This area has a bigger potential [than Brezovica] in terms of both winter and summer tourism and would maximise benefits to the local community and Kosovo as a whole," a spokesperson said.

“The new area provides a much more interesting economic package as the same amount of investment will generate as much as three times more jobs and revenue for the local population compared to the existing area.

“The existing ski area can still be privatised. At a later stage it can possibly be linked to the new area.”

The plan also envisages a mountain restaurant at more than 2,000 metres up and 30km of summer walking trails and a manmade lake, to encourage year-long visits.

The investment plan should provide the resort with the necessary capacity for ten years, but Ecosign believes the facilities can easily be expanded.

“Compared to the existing ski area, mountain capacities have been more than tripled, while increasing the level of comfort very substantially,” the report reads.

“Additionally, if the ski resort and its management are successful in completely filling planned capacities, there is potential to expand the area towards the east easily while getting additional bed capacity from the valley bottom if necessary.”
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Old February 18th, 2011, 09:20 PM   #4
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a da stvar bude "jos bolja" pobrinuli su se rvati ponudivsi se(i dobivsi) da grade taj pristinski projekat i ako su u govnima. Samo neka grade, dobro ce nama doci.
Mene interesuje u kakvom su stanju putevi i infrastruktura u severnom delu kosmeta prema Kosovskoj Mitrovici i od administrativne granice prema vecim gradovima Srbije(Raska-KosMitrovica, Novi Pazar-KosMitrovica, Nis-Pristina, Bujanovac-Gnjilane) jer ce nam ti putevi trebati a i privlace investitore.
Izmedju ostalog, kakva je tamo infrastrukturno stanje duz administrativne linije sa obe strane.
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Old March 27th, 2011, 11:32 AM   #5
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Kosovo struggles to conclude first agreement with EU

AUGUSTIN PALOKAJ

19.11.2010 @ 09:18 CET

Despite progress made in the negotiations, it is still unclear when the free trade agreement between Kosovo and the European Union will be ready to be finalised. When it is eventually signed, however, it will be the first bilateral contract between the partners.

Kosovo is the only western Balkan country without contractual relations to the EU, due to ongoing conflicts about its status as a nation. Five EU member states do not recognise its independence, so the EU cannot treat it as an entity capable of concluding treaties.

The trade deal could qualify as an exception because the European Commission would act as signatory while the European Parliament would need to give its approval, but the legal issues are still far from being resolved.

For a start, it is unclear who will sign the agreement for the Kosovar side. There are currently two options, both of which are problematic. If the country's government wants to sign it on behalf of the Republic of Kosovo, the European Commission may run into difficulties with those EU members that do not recognise Kosovo. If the EU insists that the head of the UN administration in Kosovo has to sign, the Kosovar government may refuse to subscribe, arguing that this could be construed as questioning its own statehood.

In terms of substance, the agreement will have little practical bearing because Kosovo already enjoys trade with the European Union area which Brussels can unilaterally give to all Balkan countries. Free trade with other states in the region is covered by a Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) signed by all 27 EU member states.

"Kosovo can practically export almost all of its products duty-free to the EU," an EU source told WAZ.EUobserver. "But if the EU wants, this can be stopped unilaterally any time. The agreement will provide more security and predictability to potential foreign investors in Kosovo. They will know that they will be able to export their products to the largest single market in the world, to the EU."

EU sources admit, however, that the agreement may have a detrimental effect on Kosovo. The country will have to open its market to European products which means customs authorities collect less revenue.

"It is up to the Kosovar authorities to study the impact the free trade agreement with the EU will have on their country. We will be ready to allow Kosovo a transitional period for some products to keep duties but they will have to prepare for increased competition," said an EU commission source.

In general, Kosovo regards this agreement as a good opportunity to start contractual relations with the EU.

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Serbia: Kosovo's 300 billion dollars worth of coal in hands of U.S.

Billionaire Gorge Soros , Hillary Clinton and Albanian Billionaire Sahit Muja working hand by hand to get the aces to one of the worlds largest coal reserves worth more than 300 billion dollars in Kosovo. Government in Kosovo have promised to Clinton to give the deal to U.S companies.

Albanian Minerals CEO Sahit Muja have being in Kosovo 5 times this year with Soros representative and som other US companies. Gorge Soros, Hillary Clinton and Sahit Muja may benefit billions of dollars in this deal. Only 10% of this deal represent 30 billion dollars, 10 billion dollars each. Wars to control natural wealth worldwide have being a center of US foreign policy . This policy is evident in oil and mineral countries. War against Serbia was another example of US to get aces to Kosovo's natural wealth.

Kosovo has one of the worlds largest proven reserves of the coal in the world, with more than 15 billion tons of lignite, worth 300 billion dollars in today's market.

According to the Kosovo Independent Commission for Mines and Minerals (ICMM), lignite is of outstanding importance in Kosovo. It contributes 97 per cent of the country's total electricity generation, with just 3 per cent being based on hydro-power. At 14 700 Mt, Kosovo possesses the Europe's largest proven reserves of lignite. The lignite is distributed across the Kosovo, Dukagjin and Drenica basins, although mining has so far been restricted to the Kosovo Basin.

In 2006, Kosovo launched a tender for a 3.5 billion euro, 2,000 megawatt plant to turn the country into a regional power exporter and help deal with problems in electricity shortages.

But last November Kosovo, which has around 15 billion tonnes of coal, lignite, gave up on the project due to a lack of interest among investors who demanded better terms.

The Albanian and Serbian in Kosovo could live like the sheik's of the Gulf states. Kosovo’s wealth is underground in the form of lignite and bauxite as well as a whole range of minerals such as lead, zinc, nickel, silver, gold, copper, chrome and other metals worth hundreds of billions of dollars.
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Са сајта министарства за КиМ
Пољопривредна школа у Лешку







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Poslovno-stambeni objekat u Leposaviću
Investitor: Koordinacioni Centar za Kosovo i Metohiju, SO Leposavić
Površina: 2300m2
Vrednost investicije: 1,120.000,00 eura


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Poslovno-stambeni objekat u Zubinom Potoku sa putem i uređenjem
Investitor: Koordinacioni Centar za Kosovo i Metohiju, SO Zubin Potok
Površina: 2120m2
Vrednost investicije: 825.000,00 eura


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Kolektivni dom za smeštaj izbeglica u Lešku
Investitor: Savezna Direkcija za imovinu SRJ
Površina: 820m2
Vrednost investicije: 368.000,00 eura

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Old May 15th, 2011, 07:31 PM   #12
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Old May 15th, 2011, 07:40 PM   #13
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Old May 17th, 2011, 04:29 PM   #14
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Мало старија вест, али није била објављивана овде...

Quote:
13/03/2011 16:48 | Нови Пазар
Потписан Меморандум за градњу гасовода Брус - Тутин
Инвестиција вредна 45 милиона евра

Нови Пазар - До краја ове године требало би да почне градња гасовода који обухвата Брус, Рашку, Лешак, Лепосавић, Косовску Митровицу, Зубин Поток, Нови Пазар и Тутин. Меморандум о том послу потписан је у Новом Пазару, а вредност ове инвестиције је 45 милиона евра.

Након потписивања овог документа саопштено је да је пројекат у завршној фази, да ће коначан уговор бити потписан најкасније за пет месеци.

На основу меморандума биће формиран тим у којем ће бити представници свих општина и градова који су обухваћене овим пројектом. Локалне самоуправе ће заједнички наступати „према фирмама, предузећима и министарствима у циљу реализације овог пројекта“ и обавезале су се да обезбеде неопходну документацију и катастарске подлоге будуће трасе гасовода.
Уговор о гасификацији пре више од месец дана потписали су бивши министар енергетике Србије Петар Шкундрић и словачки министар привреде Јуриј Мишков. Пројекат ће реализовати Србијагас и конзорцијум словачких компанија. Тада је саопштено да ће гасовод бити капацитета 100.000 кубних метара на сат и да би градња требало да буде завршена за две године. Конзорцијум словачких компанија у овом послу обезбеђује технологију и финансирање путем кредита за који ће гарант бити Влада Србије.
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Old May 17th, 2011, 05:22 PM   #15
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Old May 20th, 2011, 04:17 PM   #16
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Steta sto nema nikoga sa KiM da sa terena izvjestava o izgradnji.U Mitrovici ima dosta novogradnje sto me raduje.
Da li se ti stanovi rade za trziste ili za interno raseljene?
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Old May 20th, 2011, 05:54 PM   #17
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Јужно од Ибра градња је углавном за интерно расељене, док је на северу далеко боља ситуација па се доста гради за тржиште...
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Old May 22nd, 2011, 06:15 PM   #18
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Quote:
SKUPŠTINSKI ODBOR PODRŽAO IZGRADNJU PORODILIŠTA U ŠTRPCU

4. Maj, 2011.
Autor: Agencija BETA

BEOGRAD - Odbor Skupštine Srbije za Kosovo i Metohiju podržao je inicijativu da Skupština i Vlada Srbije obezbede sredstva za izgradnju porodilišta u opštini Štrpce na Kosovu.

Tu inicijativu pokrenuo je na sednici tog skupštinskog tela član odbora iz Demokratske stranke Srđan Milivojević.

Milivojević je kazao da se u opštini Štrpce "rađa najveći broj dece u odnosu na broj stanovnika".

Prema njegovim rečima, Štrpce treba da ima porodilište, a ne da se deca iz te opštine rađaju u Gračanici, Kosovskoj Mitrovici i Vranju. Opština Štrpce je na jugu Kosova. Procenjuje se da u toj opštini zivi 12.000 Srba.
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Old May 30th, 2011, 10:39 AM   #19
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Quote:
Драгиша Миловић, председник општине Звечан
УРАЂЕНО

– Три зграде са 24 стамбене јединице

– Реконструкција Дома културе

– Нова зграда Центра за социјални рад

У ТОКУ

– Завршетак изградње 72 стамбене јединице

– Асфалтирање путног правца Звечан–Бањска–Рудине–Изворе–Нови Пазар

– Завршетак спортског терена Плоча

– Завршетак зграде са осам стамбених јединица на Малом Звечану
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