Companies that implement construction projects on the territory of Belarus can employ Serbian workers-DPM Belarus

Serbia's First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Aleksandar Vucic and Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Piotr Prokopovich spoke today about the improvement of economic and trade cooperation and mutual investments with the aim of increasing employment and solving the...

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Companies that implement construction projects on the territory of Belarus can employ Serbian workers-DPM Belarus



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 17.05.2013

Serbia's First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Aleksandar Vucic and Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Piotr Prokopovich spoke today about the improvement of economic and trade cooperation and mutual investments with the aim of increasing employment and solving the urgent economic problems of Serbia.
Vucic said at a joint press conference held in the Serbian government after the meeting that he and Prokopovich discussed cooperation between the Serbian factory Prva Petoletka from Trstenik with its Belarus partner, and confirmed that a definite offer of cooperation should soon arrive from Belarus.
He said the same goes for the factory 14. Oktobar, and that the cooperation between companies MAZ and FAP was also looked at.
One of the topics discussed were the work permits in Belarus to ensure that companies that implement construction projects on the territory of Belarus can employ Serbian workers.
Another topic discussed was the issue of Zelezara Smederevo iron works, Vucic said and expressed hope that a solution to this problem will be found soon.
Vucic and Prokopovich agreed upon cooperation in the production of agricultural machinery, for which Belarus is famous, and recalled that the Serbian government is in the process of finding the best possible solution for the factories IMT and IMR, and there is a willingness to cooperate with Belarus in that area.
The First Deputy Prime Minister declared that the two states have good political relations, and that Belarus supports Serbia’s position regarding the unilaterally proclaimed independence of Kosovo, for which Serbia is thankful.
Prokopovich said that the governments of Serbia and Belarus reached a principled agreement on the establishment of two joint holding companies in the field of engineering.
The Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus said that Belarus and Serbia have very good prospects for cooperation, especially in the economic field.
The value of trade in goods between Serbia and Belarus in the last year amounted to $150 million, which is very little, he said.
According to him, the common task of the two countries is that in the future this figure is much higher, while results from the first quarter of this year show that the trade turnover increased by 40% compared to the same period last year say that this is a realistic expectation.
Prokopovich pointed out that the visit of the delegation of Belarus to Serbia is the continuation of the talks and the implementation of projects agreed during Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic’s visit to Belarus in March this year.
The presidents of the two countries have set a programme for cooperation between Serbia and Belarus in the shortest possible time, he recalled, adding that the creation of joint enterprises of Serbia and Belarus is very promising.
Belarus sees its presence in Serbia not only as a business opportunity in the Balkans, but also as a chance for its performance in Europe, he said.
Prokopovich said that the cooperation between Belarus and Serbia and Serbian companies and businesses provides an opportunity for Belarus to enter the entire Euro-Asian market.
The Belarus delegation is on a two-day visit to Serbia, and this country will be one of the exhibitors at the 80th international fair of agriculture in Novi Sad.
The Serbian government delegation that met with representatives of Belarus also included Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and Internal Trade and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic, Minister of Finance and Economy Mladjan Dinkic, Minister of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection Zorana Mihajlovic and Minister of Transport Milutin Mrkonjic.  Source; Government


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