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The Serbian government adopted at a meeting the Bill amending the Law on Higher Education, which provides that in the academic year 2013/2014 there will be six exams, which creates conditions for increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of studying. The students in the academic year 2012/2013 must achieve a minimum of 48 ECTS credits in order to obtain state budget financing in the school year 2013/2014.
The Bill has been sent to the National Assembly for consideration.
The government also adopted the Bill amending the Law on Public Property.
The government adopted the Bill ratifying Annex 2 of the Agreement on economic and technical cooperation in the field of infrastructure between the Serbian government and the government of the People's Republic of China.
The government made a decision on the appointment of Dejan Ristic as State Secretary in the Ministry of Culture and Communications, and Milovan Milovanovic has been appointed as new Director of the Anti-Money Laundering Agency.
Tomislav Basta was appointed Acting Director of the Public Enterprise "Transnafta" while Milos Tomic is the new Director of the Customs Administratrion of the Ministry of Finance. Government
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