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Digitisation, growth, progress towards EU are priorities for Serbia

Ana Brnabić; Photo: Tanjug / Dragan Kujundžić

BELGRADE – Serbian PM Ana Brnabić said on Wednesday the country’s priorities were digitisation, continuation of the work on e-Government and creation of a business environment that will enable further growth, as well as further work on, and commitment to, European integration.

Serbia’s vision is to be a modern European state that is a regional leader, she said, adding that the EU enlargement strategy demonstrated Serbia was on the right track.

Rule of law and stronger institutions, further judicial reforms and stronger European values are also a priority, she said.

“To achieve all that, we need political will, and this government has it,” Brnabic noted.

Speaking at the Kopaonik Business Forum, Brnabic said that 128 bln dinars had been set aside for capital projects – 36 pct more than in 2017 – with 40 pct to go to traffic infrastructure.

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