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Keeping people in rural areas is a prerequisite for economic progress of the state, but also of the biological survival of Serbia, it was underlined at the 10th St. Sava Congress of Young Farmers, traditionally organized by the Borka Vucic Fund. Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic told participants at the Sava Center, that agriculture is the biggest opportunity for development of Serbia, which can become the garden of Europe. The reality is different today, because increasingly fewer people live in the countryside, and the land is left uncultivated, left only to those who have money, Dacic said, adding that where there are no farmers today, there is no Serbia. The Prime Minister said that in order to recover the Serbian agriculture, it is necessary to stimulate people to stay in villages and guarantee them a decent life. Dacic thanked the organizers and participants of the congress who keep the memory of Borka Vucic, who, with her expertise in economics, as he said, helped the Serbian people and the state to survive the sanctions and the air strikes. This year again, the Fund scholarships and awards were presented to 12 students and young farmers. Source; Radio Serbia
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