Zagreb Mayor Milan Bandic signed on Tuesday the Charter of Accession of Zagreb to the European Mobility Week 2015, which will be under the motto "Choose, Change, Combine !, organized by the European Commission of 16. to 22. September, by 14. the road to be held in EU cities to raise awareness of the need for action against pollution caused by increased motorized traffic in urban environments.
Bandic stressed he was pleased that Zagreb was participating in this great action in which 2012 was. was the first in Europe and now competes again. He urged all fellow citizens and fellow citizens to make their contribution in the European Mobility Week so that this year Zagreb could not only compete for the first place but also win it. "For three years we have no gold, so time has come for us, especially after these great matches of footballers and basketball players. I think it would be good to win the first place in the European Mobility Week, "Bandic said at a press conference in Cesarčeva street.
"I run every morning of 10 kilometers and call others. If I can not run a walk, if I can not walk, let them walk lightly, if they can not walk, let's just walk. The worst thing is to pull yourself, into depression, into bed and then it's the beginning of the end. That is why I call on all of my fellow citizens, since they have been going for a year, as long as they can, to move because the movement is healthy, releases a healthy spirit in a healthy body, encourages us to meet with others and releases a positive adrenaline to respect ourselves and respect other " , Bandic pointed out.
He announced that in this year's European Mobility Week, the 60.000 Zagreb children will be proliferated.
Marinka Bakula Anđelić of the City Office for Social Welfare and Disability Affairs pointed out that this year's European Mobility Week will be more than 70 activities for children and adults. For Saturday, 19. September is announced the Zagreb bicycle, which will start at 10 from the Square of Europe to Prepuštovac. On the last day of the week, 22. September, when the European Day without a car will be closed for the traffic at the center of Zagreb, and in the 18 hours from the Flower Square, the traditional "Zagrebačka žbica" will take off, cycling through the city.