Krkobabic invites the businessmen and companies from Ukraine to invest in Serbia

Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Policy Jovan Krkobabic and Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Yuriy Boiko signed a protocol within the fifth session of the Serbian-Ukrainian Intergovernmental Commission for Trade, Economic, Scientific...

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Krkobabic invites the businessmen and companies from Ukraine to invest in Serbia



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 24.04.2013

Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Policy Jovan Krkobabic and Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Yuriy Boiko signed a protocol within the fifth session of the Serbian-Ukrainian Intergovernmental Commission for Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation held on 22 and 23 April in Belgrade.

Krkobabić, who is also president of the Serbian part of the commission, said that there is a high level of political cooperation between Serbia and Ukraine.

The Deputy Prime Minister invited the businessmen and companies from Ukraine to invest in Serbia, adding that there are good opportunities for joint ventures.

He recalled that Serbian companies, such as "Sintelon Tarkett", "MK Group" and "Metalac" from Gornji Milanovac are present on the Ukrainian market.

There is mutual commitment to further expand bilateral cooperation in all fields, especially in the area of economic and trade cooperation, said Krkobabic.

He called on relevant ministries of both countries to make efforts and finalise all the necessary procedures to ensure the implementation of all agreements that have been prepared for signing during the forthcoming visit of Prime Minister Ivica Dacic to Ukraine and the visit of President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovich to Serbia.

Boiko, who is also chairman of the Ukrainian part of the Intergovernmental Commission, reiterated that there is great potential for economic cooperation between the two countries, and expressed the hope that these relations will be improved through the preparation of an agreement on free trade between Ukraine and Serbia.

The next committee meeting will be held in 2014 in Kiev.

Source: Serbian Government


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