Serbia this year entered the world’s top 10 countries for the issuance of electronic building permits, leaving some of the world’s most developed countries in our wake. And we have to preserve this achievement
We have shown that we are ready to tackle the most challenging issues such as the reform of public enterprises, building roads and improving railway services. Cooperation with the private sector allows us to test our decisions in practice
I believe the new government will bring new energy and continue to implement reforms at an equally strong pace. My team and I will invest all the necessary energy, work and knowhow to connect Serbia with the region and the world. Another of our goals is for Serbia to enter the club of the world’s top 20 countries in terms of conditions for doing business
When I took over the ministry of construction, transport and infrastructure in 2014, I had one priority goal: to make Serbia a country where people work and build, where the construction industry gets back to its feet and restores its former glory that made our country well known all over the world
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
In my ministry, I always give an opportunity to young and educated people working in jobs for which they are overqualified to demonstrate their potential on large-scale projects. Our ministry also gives out “The Person of the Year” award with the view of publicly commending people who are very good in their job.