Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine visited today the city of Uzice and delivered humanitarian aid to Uzice General Hospital and Orphanage “Petar Radovanovic”.
Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine was welcomed by Mr Sasa Milosevic, Mayor of Uzice upon arrival. After the meeting at the City Hall, they proceeded to Uzice GeneralHospital where Princess Katherine officially delivered a very valuable humanitarian donation worth more than 180,000 Euros consisting of operating table, operating lamp, anaesthesia machine with monitoring, thermo cautery unit and an ultrasound machine.
“My humanitarian Foundation provided this valuable donation thanks to the huge help of Mr Micic and his company Putevi Uzice. We are donating the equipment for operational and cardio-surgical rooms today. Due to this valuable donation, it will be possible to perform cardio-surgical and other procedures for the first time in UziceHospital. That is very important for the city of Uzice, Zlatibor District and Western Serbia. My husband Crown Prince Alexander and I will continue to help the city of Uzice in the future together with our generous friends as we have been doing so far”, emphasized HRH Crown Princess Katherine.
HRH Crown Princess Katherine then visited the Home for children without parental care “Petar Radovanovic”, where she was welcomed by the director Mr Dragan Katic and children, and delivered a humanitarian donation consisting of toys and shoes, provided by Lifeline New York Humanitarian Organisation, under her patronage in the United States of America.
Also during her stay in Uzice, HRH Crown Princess Katherine was a companied by the Very Reverend Milun Kostic (retired) priest of St Sava Cathedral London United Kingdom, and they also visited St. George Church.