Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure (Serbia)

The Ministry of Construction, Transportation and Infrastructure of the Republic of Serbia (Serbian: Министарство грађевинарства, саобраћаја и инфраструктуре, romanizedMinistarstvo građevinarstva, saobraćaja i infrastrukture) is the ministry in the Government of Serbia which is in the charge of construction, transportation and infrastructure. The current minister is Zorana Mihajlović, in office since 27 April 2014.

Ministry of Construction, Transportation and Infrastructure
Министарство грађевинарства, саобраћаја и инфраструктуре
Ministarstvo građevinarstva, saobraćaja i infrastrukture
Ministry overview
Formed11 February 1991; 29 years ago (1991-02-11)
JurisdictionGovernment of Serbia
HeadquartersNemanjina Street 22–26, Belgrade, Serbia
44°48′15.1″N 20°27′43.6″E / 44.804194°N 20.462111°E / 44.804194; 20.462111Coordinates: 44°48′15.1″N 20°27′43.6″E / 44.804194°N 20.462111°E / 44.804194; 20.462111
Employees316 (2017)[1]
Annual budget832.90 million (2020, planned)[2]
Minister responsible
Deputy Ministers responsible
  • Miodrag Poledica
  • Aleksandra Damnjanović
  • Imre Kern
  • Zoran Lakićević
  • Edin Zećirović
  • Nenad Ivanišević
Websitewww.mgsi.gov.rs

HistoryEdit

The Ministry of Construction, Transportation and Infrastructure was established on 11 February 1991.

The Ministry of Construction and Urbanism which existed from 1991 to 2004, and from 2012 to 2014, merged into the Ministry of Construction, Transportation and Infrastructure.

SectorsEdit

There are several sectors operating within the Ministry:

  • Sector for road transport, roads and traffic safety
  • Sector for railways and intermodal transport
  • Sector for air traffic
  • Sector for water transport and navigation safety
  • Sector for building and construction land
  • Sector for spatial planning, urbanism and housing
  • Sector for international cooperation and European integration
  • Sector for strategic planning and management of infrastructure projects
  • Sector for inspection control

Subordinate institutionsEdit

There are several agencies and institutions that operate within the scope of the Ministry:

  • Republic Geodetic Authority (Serbian: Републички Геодестски Завод)
  • Port Authority (Serbian: Агенција за управљање лукама)
  • Directorate for Railways (Serbian: Директорат за железнице)
  • Agency for Traffic Safety (Serbian: Агенција за безбедност саобраћаја)
  • Directorate for Determination of the ships ability for navigation (Serbian: Управа за утврђивање снособности бродова за пловидбу)
  • Directorate for Waterways (Serbian: Дирекција за водне путеве)

List of ministersEdit

Political Party:   SPS   SRS   SPO   DS   NS   SNS

Name
(Birth–Death)
Party Term of Office Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Minister of Transportation and Communications
  Miodrag Pešić SPS 11 February 1991 23 December 1991 Zelenović (I)
  Žarko Katić SPS 23 December 1991 18 March 1994 Božović (I)
Šainović (I)
  Aleksa Jokić
(1950–)
SPS 18 March 1994 28 May 1996 Marjanović (I)
  Svetolik Kostadinović
(1940–)
SPS 28 May 1996 24 March 1998
  Dragan Todorović
(1953–)
SRS 24 March 1998 11 November 1999 Marjanović (II)
  Ratko Marčetić
(1942–)
SRS 11 November 1999 24 October 2000
  Aleksandar Milutinović
(1948–2013)
SPO 24 October 2000 25 January 2001 Minić (transitional)
Minister of Transportation and Telecommunications
  Marija Rašeta-Vukosavljević
(1962–)
DS 25 January 2001 3 March 2004 Đinđić (I)
Živković (I)
Minister of Capital Investments
  Velimir Ilić
(1951–)
NS 3 March 2004 7 July 2008 Koštunica (III)
Minister of Infrastructure
  Milutin Mrkonjić
(1942–)
SPS 7 July 2008 14 March 2011 Cvetković (I)
Minister of Infrastructure and Energy
  Milutin Mrkonjić
(1942–)
SPS 14 March 2011 27 July 2012 Cvetković (I)
Minister of Transportation
  Milutin Mrkonjić
(1942–)
SPS 27 July 2012 2 September 2013 Dačić (I)
  Aleksandar Antić
(1969–)
SPS 2 September 2013 27 April 2014
Minister of Construction, Transportation, and Infrastructure
  Zorana Mihajlović
(1970–)
SNS 27 April 2014 Present Vučić (III)
Brnabić (I)
  Tomislav Momirović
(1983–)
Ind. 28 October 2020 Present Brnabić (II)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Година LXXIII – број 61". pravno-informacioni-sistem.rs (in Serbian). Službeni glasnik RS. 23 June 2017. Retrieved 18 December 2017.
  2. ^ "ЗАКОН О БУЏЕТУ РЕПУБЛИКЕ СРБИЈЕ ЗА 2020. ГОДИНУ" (PDF). parlament.gov.rs. Народна скупштина Републике Србије. Retrieved 20 February 2020.

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