Combatting the grey economy, reducing red-tape and corruption through the introduction of e-government, increasing the efficiency of cadastre registers, conducting reforms in the agriculture sector and strengthening the IT sector are among the key priorities of cooperation between the Serbian Government and NALED in the period ahead. This was noted at the working lunch for NALED members and partners with Prime Minister Ana Brnabić, which was attended by almost 200 domestic and foreign business leaders, mayors, representatives of the international community and members of the diplomatic corps.
“The Government of Serbia wants to foster a permanent and open dialogue with the economy, aimed at finding the best solutions for long-term and dynamic economic growth. Crucial to this process is cooperation with civil society and associations like NALED, because it is in a position to bring together around a single table and reconcile the interests of the private, public and civil sectors,” said PM Brnabić.
It was announced that the Government of Serbia will form a Coordination Council for e-Government in the coming month, which will be chaired by Prime Minister Brnabić and will include, alongside representatives of the relevant government ministries, representatives of the economy and the expert public.