These include the building of a new bus station in Blok 42 and the restructuring of public transportation company GSP, Mali explained, noting that this shows the Serbian capital is again an attractive investment destination.


The bus station in Blok 42 is the most important infrastructure project for Belgrade after the opening of the Prokop railway station, Mali said. 


As for GSP, the City has already embarked on its restructuring, he said. 


At an EBRD investment summit in London, Mali presented an investment portfolio of the City of Belgrade with 60 projects, worth over EUR 10 billion in total. 


On the sidelines of the summit, the Belgrade mayor met with EBRD Managing Director for Infrastructure Thomas Maier and EBRD Director for Serbia Daniel Berg.