The United States Embassy announced a ceremony marking the completion of the project “Support to Minority Return to Mostar” on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 in Zeljusa (Bijelo Polje) at 11:00.
The project is a collaborative effort between the U.S., the two entity-level governments, and UNHCR to assist in the sustainable return of displaced persons.
U.S. Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration David Robinson, BiH Minister for Human Rights and Refuges Damir Ljubic, Federation Minister for Refugees and Displaced Persons Adil Osmanovic, RS Minister for Refugees and Displaced Persons Davor Cordas, Mostar Mayor Ljubo Beslic and President of the City Council of Mostar Murat Coric are scheduled to attend the ceremony.
The project supported the sustainable return of 45 minority (Serb) returnee families to Mostar by improving their living conditions through agricultural assistance (tools, livestock, seeds, greenhouses, etc.).
It was funded through the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration ($25,000), the Republika Srpska and Federation of BiH Ministries for Refugees ($35,000 each), and UNHCR ($10,000), and was implemented by Catholic Relief Services.
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