The Mayor of Sarajevo Abdulah Skaka received and presented the money awards to students and teachers from primary schools “Grbavica” and “Fatima Gunić”, whose drawings won prizes and are put on display at the offices of the City Administration of the friendly City of Hiroshima and the Embassy of Japan in Sarajevo, today at the Sarajevo City Administration.
Namely, the prize-winning drawings by the six students from the two Sarajevo primary schools were presented at the ceremony where the Stone for Peace from Hiroshima was handed over to the City of Sarajevo, held in June this year at the National Museum.
Mayor Skaka congratulated the young artists and their teachers :”I am convinced that you will continue to contribute with your skills and energy to the affirmation of the City of Sarajevo and your homeland Bosnia and Herzegovina”, said Skaka adding that this represents a continuation of good cooperation between the City of Sarajevo and primary schools.
The winners of the first prize were students from primary school “Grbavica I”: Nedim Kanlić, Amar Dizdarević, Misala Kozica and Merjem Višnjić. The second prize went to Asja Festa, and the third to Aida Lemešević from primary school “Fatima Gunić”. Their teachers Senad Begić and Anđa Vuković were also presented with awards.
The principals of primary schools “Grbavica I” and “Fatima Gunić”, Omer Begović and Hajrudin Ćuprija used this opportunity to express their gratitude for this type of support, particularly to Mayor Skaka, considering that this is the first time that the teachers were also awarded for their efforts.