Elektroprivreda BiH to invest 9.2 million BAM in the Coal Mines, Investors
For November and December of 2015, Elektroprivreda BiH has an obligation to pay contributions to the employees in the coal mines in FB&H amounting to 1.6 million BAM, and invest 9.2 million BAM in the mines.
That is the conclusion from the meeting which the Federal Prime Minister Fadil Novalic held yesterday at the headquarters of the Government of FB&H with the representatives from Elektroprivreda BiH and the Independent Miners’ Union of FB&H.
That was also confirmed after the meeting by the President of the Union, Sinan Husic, considering that Elektroprivreda BiH has taken one serious obligation towards the coal mines in the FB&H, and at the same time the control of the operations of administrations in the coal mines in the FB&H, which exist within the Concern.
Several days ago, a call was sent to the administrations of the mines to submit priority needs which will enable raising production results to a higher level in comparison with the former.
“The task of the administrations of the mines and Elektroprivreda BiH is to, in the next ten days, precisely determine the positions in which these 9.2 million BAM will be realized”, said Husic.
The Board of Directors of the Miners’ Union of FB&H will present the final attitude on this at the session on October 8th.
The meeting was attended by the Federal Prime Minister Fadil Novalic, the Director of Elektroprivreda BiH Bajazit Jasarevic, the Director for Production in Elektroprivreda BiH Nevad Ikanovic, and the President of the Independent Miners’ Union of FB&H Sinan Husic.
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