Budva – International league of humanists has officially nominated Budva for the tourist town of peace. In such a way Montenegrin metropolis of tourism, after Dubrovnik, Barcelona, and Zagreb will be the fourth tourist town of peace.
ILH was founded in Philadelphia in 1976, on the initiative of the Nobel Prize winner for peace. The members are humanists from 160 countries.
– I have spoken with the Mayor Rajko Kuljaca and we have set the activities, which have to be conducted until the 24th of May 2007, when Budva will officially be proclaimed an International tourist town of peace. Our center for coordination of activities for the South East Europe, which we have located here, in Budva, will start working tomorrow – said the general secretary of ILH, Zdravko Surlan during his yesterday’s staying in Budva.
In order for Budva to be proclaimed an International town of peace, he added, they have arranged also the necessary preparations.
– That means that all the citizens of the town should include themselves in the activities, above all, in the arranging of the town, enriching of the culture of peace, teaching and education of personnel, decoration of facilities, as well as raising of the standard of quality and services. They should be included in everything what can make this town recognizable – said Surlan. He emphasized that they have made a trademark logo for Budva.
– That will be the trademark, the passport of peace. That logo, will be placed at the director of the center Slavko Dasic and the head of our International center for education Srdja Popovic – stated Surlan.