State of the Union: Five key takeaways from Ursula Von der Leyen
17 September 2020
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Early in January 2016 the Prime Minister of Republic of Malta Joseph Muscat visited the Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic. Three months after there have been important meetings and signing of agreements between business entities.
The Prime Minister of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, said that he is grateful to Malta for the supporting Serbia in the European integration process and
announced that the meeting of the working group for enlargement of the European Union will be held in Belgrade in the beginning of 2017, when Malta will take over the EU presidency.
On that occasion the Maltese Prime Minister said that Malta truly believes and advocates for EU enlargement for those countries that are eligible for membership.
“We are supporting Serbian membership in the EU, and we look forward to the meeting of the working group for enlargement to be held at this time next year in Belgrade. We look forward to the improvement of bilateral relations between Malta and Serbia, “Maltese PM said.
Maltese Prime Minister added that the trade relations between Serbia and Malta are very limited at the moment and he continued by saying that the two countries can have better friendship.
The meeting between Prime Ministers gave businessmen a clear confirmation that Serbia is the State to cooperate with. GRTU has therefore officially visited the country to explore business opportunities for its members both at local and regional level.
GRTU President Mr. Paul Abela and GRTU Vice President Mr. Marcel Mizzi signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Mr. George Radinovic, the Mayor of StaraPazova.
During the a presentation of the investment potentials within municipalities the GRTU President stated that GRTU will engage in motivating investors, as the projects have great potential and the infrastructure is at the highest level.
The delegation also visited southern Serbia and they have been guests of Mr. Goran Jovic president of in Leskovac city.
Two important cooperation agreements were signed. One with the Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Leskovac city and the other with the Serbian Information and cultural center EURO SERBIA in Malta. The Centre and the Chamber made a commitment to open an office that will promote products and potentials of Malta. The presidents of the respective organisations stated that the agreement will help Serbia on its path to Europe.
The director of Serbian information and cultural center EURO SERBIA Mr.Boban Jovanovic was organizer of this visit to Republic of Serbia.
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