Predrag Sazdanovic, a medical doctor and the director of central Serbia’s Kragujevac Clinical Centre (CC), ‘forgot’ on Thursday to mention the SBB Foundation 600 litres of medical alcohol in aid to the hospital, as a part of over a million Dollar donation in equipment to the country, and did not mention 60,000 Euro worth works and equipment by SBB for patients and staff in his Centre, SBB statement said on Friday.
Jovana Lukic, SBB Foundation director, said Sazdanovic “oddly forgot the donations despite a contract signed last year about SBB cables and other equipment installation for the Clinical Centre to enable it to have a free wi-fi connection to Internet and TV."
The 60,000 Euro worth installation will soon be over, and we planned a joint news conference on the occasion.”
“We are not surprised by the situation since the United Group donation of 1,067,000 Dollars was not reported by any media close to the authorities. State officials published even untrue information that the United Group and its founder Dragan Solak had not donated a single face mask,” Lukic said.
She added thatSazdanovic’s behaviour was not surprising, since, “unfortunately, politics entered even humanitarian activities, dividing the donors to suitable and those who are not.”
“In spite of all obstructions, we will continue to help people in Serbia. SBB and SBB Foundation will finish the donation and make it possible to the Center’s patients, staff and visitors to have free Internet and TV,” Lukic said.
SBB and its Foundation are part of the United Group as is N1.