Serbian DPM calls on Danish investors to come to Serbia

Serbia's First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Aleksandar Vucic and Danish Minister for European Affairs Nicolai Wammen have agreed that the agreement between Belgrade and Pristina will open new opportunities for the region. The Office of the First Deputy Prime...

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Serbian DPM calls on Danish investors to come to Serbia



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 08.05.2013

Serbia's First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Aleksandar Vucic and Danish Minister for European Affairs Nicolai Wammen have agreed that the agreement between Belgrade and Pristina will open new opportunities for the region. The Office of the First Deputy Prime Minister said that Vucic and Wammen during today's meeting agreed that the agreement will contribute to the overall stabilisation and mark a new political era in the relations between Serbia and the European countries.
Vucic expressed appreciation for the support provided by Denmark to Serbia in the process of negotiations and emphasised that a good political framework has been created for strengthening relations between the two countries in economic and cultural fields, and added that there is still room for further growth in economic investment and cultural exchange.
He called on the Danish investors to come to Serbia to contribute to the creation of new jobs and help the country emerge out from the economic crisis, adding that the positive political developments lead to a better assessment of the attractiveness of Serbia as an investment location.
Wammen said that he has come to Serbia to show that Denmark and the European Union support the agreement on the normalisation of relations between Belgrade and Pristina, but added that the implementation of the agreement needs to follow now.
I want to deliver a clear message to the Serbian authorities and the people that Denmark and the EU support the agreement, which was a historic and courageous step, said Wammen.
The Minister for European Affairs of Denmark met in Belgrade with Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Suzana Grubjesic.Source; Government


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