A debate on traffic culture and traffic safety took place in Kriva Palanka

The Association Norges Well from Kriva Palanka and NGO InfoCentre from Skopje, in cooperation with the Municipality of Kriva Palanka, today organized a debate on the development of traffic culture and greater safety for all traffic participants.

The debate was attended by representatives of the municipality, members of the Traffic Safety Council, public and educational institutions, NGOs, and police representatives, and the topic of discussion was: "Citizen Participation in Positive Traffic Practices and Culture of Behavior & #8221;

& #8211; This is an action we carry out under the motto "Watch Me & #8221;" whereby we show that we are all responsible as participants in the traffic, we all have the same rights and obligations, and we all learn from each other. Hence the overall responsibility of each traffic participant to raise citizens' awareness of positive practices. It is with this project that we are debating in the function of traffic culture development, giving greater importance to this topic, as well as finding modules to improve traffic culture in the city. through all parties involved, said Daniela Anastasovska, project coordinator.

The event was also addressed by the Mayor of Kriva Palanka, Borjanco Micevski, as well as the Assistant Commander for Prevention and Public Order and Peace at the Kriva Palanka Police Station, Stojmir Stefanovski, as well as representatives from the Parents Council.

-It is very important to improve the traffic conditions and the culture of behavior of all traffic participants, to speak publicly, discuss current issues and find ways to overcome them successfully. To that end, we, as a Citizens Service, are implementing the "Police and Citizens Together & #8221;" project, which aims to bring citizens closer to the police services, to cooperate and to motivate citizens to report any observed misconduct, all unsafe. situations, violations and more. Calls can also be anonymous, it is important for citizens to be accountable to others, starting with themselves, said Stojmir Stefanovski, Assistant Commander for Prevention and CRM.

The debate ended with notable suggestions and ideas and a positive note and commitments from all present to further participate and contribute to other similar gatherings.

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