With congratulations to everyone who helped realization of the national Green Games competition, the awards were given to the representatives of the winner municipalities of Bor, Knjaževac and Sokobanja
Green games awards were given to the winners of this national competition for a video game with the best ecological message in the conference hall of Vračar municipality on December 4th , The competition activated 587 competitors, grouped in 58 municipality teams, that have sent 58 video games.
Branimir Kuzmanović, the president of the Vračar municipality, Biljana Biba Vicković, the director of Oktopus organization, Dragutin Brčin, the counselor of the Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development, Mr. Ryan Rowlands, the counselor of the American Ambassador in Belgrade for public relations, Nina Topić, acting deputy chief of mission for programs of Institute for Sustainable Communities and Ivana Vranjican, manager of Foreign Affairs in Telenor Company spoke about the competition and this social responsible project, after what the awards were given to the winners with congratulations.
The municipality of Bor won the first prize and is awarded with an socially beneficial robot art for public space, with tin recycling function the Bird Robot (donated by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund), personal awards for the competitors and the prize money, the amount of 137.231,00 RSD, of Telenor Company. The municipality of Knjaževac took the second place and the municipality of Sokobanja took the third place. These two municipalities are awarded with the ArtEco robots for recycling, also donated by Telenor, and personal awards for the competitors. ArtEco robot as a special award is given to the municipality of Ivanjica and primary school "Milinko Kušić", which is attended by children with special needs. All winners, as well as 4th and 5th place competitors from Kragujevac and Vršac are awarded by the Metropolitan University expert committee certificate, which was given by Miroslava Raspopović, the dean of the Faculty for Information Technologies FIT - Metropolitan University.