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Beginning Of The New Swiss Cooperation Strategy With Serbia

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Education, economic development, energy and local government reform are vital areas in which Switzerland will assist Serbia by 2021, in line with the new Cooperation Strategy with Serbia, which is being presented.

Ursula Läubli, Director of the Swiss Cooperation Office Serbia and Counsellor at the Embassy Of Switzerland, said the new strategy is a continuation of the fruitful cooperation between the two countries and that the areas to which it corresponds coincide with the priorities of the Serbian government in the context of European integration.

As she pointed out, Switzerland will invest in development projects in the south and southwestern Serbia in the upcoming period.

Swiss cooperation with Serbia focuses on supporting local government, economic development, job creation, as well as sustainable energy management and urban development.

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