The pace of negotiations depends on the progress countries make in implementing the necessary reforms. Quality goes before speed, but I always say that it is good to be ambitious. The Berlin Process serves to drive that reform programme forward, always with a view to strengthening each country’s preparations to meet their European Integration ambitions – Johannes Hahn, European Commissioner for Regional Policy & Enlargement
The Government is open to the idea of including the civil sector in its administrative work and unburdening the administration, which is the trend in the developed world. NALED is a positive example, having developed the e-permit software with help from donors and then handed it over to the state. This was a great help, and other organisations are certainly able to contribute to the common good in the same way.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) are providing a €215 million loan to Čibuk 1 wind farm, the largest wind project in Serbia and the Western Balkans to date
The Skyline Belgrade project is a modern complex covering over 100,000 square metres of residential, retail and business property at an impressive location in the city centre known for its large number of diplomatic establishments
We need to be aware of all the potential threats in our close environment. That is precisely why we need to have a stable political situation and to implement reforms firmly. This Ministry is completely devoted to it