The Rumours Are True
It is claimed that Belgrade Waterfront, an ultramodern construction project on the inner city banks of the River Sava, will transform the Serbian capital into a global metropolis within the next thirty years. The project is supposed to generate multifaceted opportunities in the realms of commerce, places to live and work as well as transport and leisure. This development is intended to attract the interest of foreign investors and create an international hub for business. The question arises whether these promises will be kept, without infringing on citizens’ rights, given that it has been extensively financed from the national budget.
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