Combating the grey economy, reducing bureaucracy and corruption through the introduction of e-government, more efficient cadastre, reforms in the agricultural sector and strengthening the IT sector are some of the key priorities on which the Serbian government will cooperate with … Continue reading
The Government of the Republic of Serbia and Rio Tinto signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the implementation of the Jadar Project which will enable the establishment of joint working groups in order to enable more efficient development of the … Continue reading
The prime minister Ana Brnabic caused a furore by apparently suggesting that if forced to choose, Serbia would opt for the EU over Russia
The appointment of Ana Brnabic as prime minister—the country’s first female and first openly gay premier—is likely to cause controversy in socially conservative Serbia. The previous premier and now president Aleksandar Vucic will remain Serbia’s dominant political figure.
Traditional AHK Members Dinner brought together hundred members of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce at the Crowne Plaza, with the speech the guest of honour, Minister of State Administration and Local Self-Administration Ana Brnabić, covering the topic of public administration … Continue reading
Support of citizens for combating the grey economy is the largest in the last three years and reached a record 94% while 60% believe that the country is determined to deal with this problem, according to a new NALED’s research … Continue reading
Trag Foundation granted the VIRTUS Award for Philanthropy to companies, SMEs and individuals, who worked in the most effective way during 2016, to support non-profit organisations for the common good and interests. The winners were given their awards by Ana … Continue reading
The Serbian government and relevant ministries will develop a solution to stop the growth of government debt pharmacies founded by the local government until the end of this year.
The Royal Netherlands Embassy organises regular meetings with the Dutch business community in Serbia. During the next meeting, which will take place on 15th September. Minister of State Administration and Local Self-Ana Brnabić will, with representatives of Dutch companies, talk … Continue reading
Kruševac, Valjevo, Vršac, Sombor and Smederevo are the most successful cities, while Bečej, Svilajnac, Veliko Gradište, Ruma and Apatin are the most successful municipalities in issuing electronic construction permits in the first six months of implementing the new system. Awards … Continue reading