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Serbia's Minister of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection Zorana Mihajlovic and Slovak Minister of Economy Tomas Malatinsky signed the Protocol from the fifth meeting of the Joint Commission on Economic Cooperation between Serbia and Slovakia. Serbia-Slovakia Business Forum, Mihajlovic and Malatinsky signed at the Palace of Serbia the Protocol on Cooperation in the field of energy, environment, transport, trade and agriculture.
Mihajlovic voiced her hope that the activities envisaged under this document will be efficiently implemented in the near future, and recalled that the trade exchange between the two countries in January and February this year increased by 35%.
She reiterated that there are many opportunities for cooperation in the energy sector, but that the negotiations should be wrapped up efficiently so that the agreement for the thermal power station and heating plant in Novi Sad could be signed as soon as possible.
According to her, there is a possibility of cooperation of Slovak companies with the Serbian public gas company Srbijagas on the construction of the gas pipeline, and Slovakia is also interested in investing in renewable energy and construction of solar power plants.
It is possible to intensify cooperation between Serbia and Slovakia in the field of agriculture, especially in the field of plant protection and food safety, Mihajlovic pointed out.
Malatinsky stated that there are around 20 companies doing business in Serbia in various industries, and pointed out that there is a possibility for Slovakian investments to further develop in Serbia. Government
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