Serbia has a chance to become an agricultural giant - PM

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic opened the 80th International Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad and said that Serbia has a chance to become a giant in that field and make a reversal in agricultural production, which can lead to a more rapid development of the country as a...

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Serbia has a chance to become an agricultural giant - PM



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 20.05.2013

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic opened the 80th International Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad and said that Serbia has a chance to become a giant in that field and make a reversal in agricultural production, which can lead to a more rapid development of the country as a whole. Dacic said that this opportunity should be used in a situation when the political situation is different, and when the world sees Serbia in a different way.
He pointed out that the preparation of the Strategy for the development of agriculture in Serbia 2014-2024 is underway, and noted that it will be completed by the end of this year. 
He stessed that the plan for the development of agriculture for the period of the next ten years is in line with EU policy.
Our goal is to create a competitive agriculture, strengthen rural development, intensify production and produce food of high quality, with a high level of environmental protection, said the Prime Minister.
He announced that agriculture accounts for 11% of Serbia's GDP and employs a significant number of people, while on the other hand it makes 23% of total exports and imports of only 7%, which produces an annual trade surplus of $1.2 billion.
Our agriculture and food industry can fully satisfy the domestic market, but this branch is very specific because it much depends on climatic conditions, which is why it is important that we modernise production, he noted.
For this reason, major investments in irrigation systems and other measures to provide its lower dependence on weather conditions are needed, he said.
Speaking on investments, he said that apart from the investments coming from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the agricultural sector will see a few other large investors.
According to him, Serbia is a big garden in Europe by its predispositions, location, soil quality, climatic conditions, but also by high-quality professionals, but it is far from being a leader in the field of agriculture, which has to be changed.
Dacic on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the Novi Sad Fair presented the gold medallion to Novi Sad Fair Director Dragan Lukac.
The Novi Sad Fair this year celebrates two jubilees: the 90th anniversary of the Novi Sad Fair and the 80th anniversary of the International Agricultural Fair. Source; Government


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