Mr. Rovčanin has made a personal donation of 500,000 RSD

All CEOs are being invited to show by personal donations that we can beat the floods

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The CEO of Serbia and Montenegro Air Traffic Services (SMATSA llc), Mr. Radojica Rovčanin, has made the payment of 500 000 RSD today into the account of the Government of Serbia as his personal support to the victims of floods. “Although SMATSA llc. has already donated a big amount of money to help the victims, I, myself, wanted to help in the reconstruction of Serbia. I am here by inviting the other CEOs to make their personal donations and show their employees and the citizens of Serbia that only jointly, in coordination with the Government of Serbia, we can beat the floods.” says Mr. Rovčanin.

Serbia and Montenegro Air Traffic Services (SMATSA llc) has already made the payment of 10 million RSD into the account of the Government of Serbia for the purpose of humanitarian aid.

SMATSA management has proposed to SMATSA unions that employees waive one day’s wage and the money is to be paid subsequently into the same Government’s account. SMATSA Union has already allocated 500 thousand RSD for the purchase of goods and materials to be delivered on sites.

SMATSA has already delivered to the Reception centers for accommodation of flood victims: 61 mattresses, 70 blankets, 70 pillows and 150 bed linen sets. Two buses and a car have been put at disposal to the Army of Serbia at Batajnica airport and are used for transport of rescue services personnel. The building of SMATSA Training Centre of more than 2000 square meters located at Belgrade Airport has also been made available.

SMATSA has also put at disposal to the Government of Serbia and the Ministry of Internal Affairs the fleet of 22 aircraft with crews for transport of people and cargo:

– 2 turbo-prop King Air aircraft (transporting 6 passengers or 500 kg of cargo load) which can land at airports: Užice, Kraljevo, Niš, Batajnica and Surčin.

-18 single-engine Cessna 172 aircraft (transporting 3 passengers or 500 kg of cargo load) which can land on grass airstrip at more than 30 airports in Serbia.

– 2 twin-engine Cessna 310 aircraft (transporting 4 passengers or 250 kg of cargo load) which can land at airports: Užice, Kraljevo, Niš, Batajnica and Surčin.

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