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Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications

Tatjana-Matic
Tatjana Matić

Minister
Took office in 2020

Address: Nemanjina 22–26, Belgrade
Tel: +381 1131 13432
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.mtt.gov.rs

Articles

NALED Presented The Grey Book And 100 Recommendations For Better Business Conditions

Establishing an electronic health record, improving the water treatment system and abolishing the conversion fee – these are the new priority recommendations of NALED's...

Serbia and Greece To Sign Memorandum On Travel Conditions During Summer Season

Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Tatjana Matic and Greek Minister of Tourism Harry Theocharis reached an agreement at an online meeting today to sign a...

Reconstructed Ram Fortress Opened

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic inaugurated yesterday a reconstructed 15th-century Ram Fortress in Ram near Veliko Gradiste and said on that occasion that the Podunavlje...

Celebration of Chinese New Year in Serbia

Government of Serbia and the Embassy of China in Serbia hosted Chinese New Year's Fair on Kalemegdan Fortress. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade,...

Unified Education Information System in March 2020

Serbia set to launch the Unified Education Information System (JISP) in March 2020. The system will enable the state to have an insight into the...

Tatjana Matić, State Secretary of the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications

Digital Transformation Challenges

"Investing in infrastructure is the biggest challenge for our accelerated digital transformation. We need essential funds that cannot be allocated from the budget and,...

41st International Tourism Fair Opened in Belgrade

At the opening of the 41st International Tourism Fair in Belgrade, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajić pointed...

International Tourism Fair 2019 Opened

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajić pointed out at the opening of the 41st International Tourism Fair at...

JTI Invested $7 Million In Production In Senta

The largest Japanese investor in Serbia, Japan Tobacco International (JTI) launched a new production line in the factory in Senta as part of investment cycle worth 7 million dollars.

New Technologies In Education Annual Conference

"Digital literacy is one of the biggest shortcomings in education and lagging in relation to other areas such as medicine and banking. That is why it is essential that the teaching is innovated and that we raise children's skills, and the role of teachers is crucial in that"