At the Summit of City Leaders to be held in Dublin, Ireland, Belgrade will be presented with the best city award, while Mayor Dragan Djilas will be granted the Manager of the Year Award, the city authorities announced. Deputy Mayor Tatjana Pasic will be accepting awards. She said that the awards result from the invested energy and changes in the city which were recognized by international public as well.
Awards are granted by the independent association Europe Business Assembly from Oxford that handles the management development based on the analysis carried out by Financial Times and the association itself. On March 16, 2006, Financial Times declared Belgrade the "City of the Future in Southern Europe". Three years later, Lonely Planet proclaimed the Serbian capital city one of the top ten travel destinations. Belgrade has also applied for the title of European Capital of Culture 2020.
Belgrade, July 11th, 2012
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