Serbia to replace old license plates by end of the year

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic stated on Wednesday that since the beginning of the year 16,000 new license plates have been issued, adding that the old ones will be fully replaced by the end of 2012.   Dacic presented a...

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Serbia to replace old license plates by end of the year



Michael Roberts - 13.01.2011

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic stated on Wednesday that since the beginning of the year 16,000 new license plates have been issued, adding that the old ones will be fully replaced by the end of 2012.

 

Dacic presented a license plate to a Kanjiza resident at the Kanjiza police station and observed that the dispute regarding the refusal to recognize Serbia’s new plates in Kosovo will be one of the topics at upcoming technical talks with Kosovo representatives.

 

Serbia does not recognize Kosovo license plates, therefore this issue will be debated at the talks, he reiterated.

 

The delegation that visited Kanjiza also included Vojvodina Parliament Speaker Sandor Egeresi and Vice-President of the Vojvodina Executive Council Istvan Pastor.

Afterwards, the delegation visited the police station in Backa Topola, where Dacic presented one resident with a new license plate, the first one bearing the letters BT signifying the municipality of Backa Topola.

The Deputy Prime Minister recalled that in line with the rulebook on issuing license plates and the new Law on road safety, the number of license plates in Serbia was increased from 41 to 75.

We believe it is useful to citizens that as many Serbian municipalities as possible have their own license plates, he said and specified that Backa Topola and Kanjiza were assigned new license plates, while Senta and Ada received a joint one. 

This action is one step further towards the realization of the goal to turn the Ministry of the Interior and the police into a service for citizens and to include members of national minorities in their composition, Dacic concluded.

 

Source Serbian Government.


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