Trams in Sarajevo began to work again: GRAS, the public transport company in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, agreed with the electricity management to deal with the debts. Accordingly, 1,5 million euros debt, 16 will be paid in installments. After the first installment of the debt, trams and trolleybuses were re-energized before noon.
Because the trams did not work, the lessons in schools started one hour late. Education Minister Damir Maryanovic, who resigned recently in the Sarajevo Canton, also carried the citizens free of charge.
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