Одржан шести координациони састанак служби спасавања из Фоче и Плужина
The sixth coordination meeting of the rescue services from Foča and Plužine organized
On Monday, September 13, 2021, the municipalities of Foča (BiH) and Plužine (Montenegro) organized the sixth coordination meeting for members of its rescue services (civil protection, police, health facilities, fire services and associations, protection services and rescue, GSS) within the project “Tourism, Adrenaline and Rafting Adventure (T.A.R.A)” supported by the European Union. The aim of the meeting was the dynamics of the organization of joint rescue drills and discussions on logistical details.
The goal of organizing joint rescue drills is to contribute to increased safety in the border area and more efficient connection of rescue service teams, which will establish closer cooperation between rescue services from both municipalities.
During the meeting, the exact dates and locations where the mentioned drills will be organized at 4 locations in the cross-border area were specified, namely drills on Maglić peak and in the Hrčavka canyon in the municipality of Foča, as well as in the Tara river canyon and Piva lake in the Plužine municipality. Rescue drill will contribute to a more successful and efficient response during rescue activities. After the rescue exercises, a protocol of activities will be developed, which will be followed during the rescue operations.
The meeting was organized within the cross-border cooperation project “Tourism, Adrenaline and Rafting Adventure (T.A.R.A)” implemented by the municipalities of Plužine (CG) and Foča (BiH) in cooperation with the Nature Park “Piva” and the Tourist Organization of Foča, funded by the European Union in the amount of EUR 499,654.00 within the Cross-Border Cooperation Program BiH-Montenegro. The goal of the project is the development and promotion of the cross-border area of these two municipalities, as unique tourist destinations for active tourism.
The realization of the project began on December 1, 2019 and will last for two years, until the end of November 2021.