It was announced at a ceremony marking the 10th anniversary of NALED at the White Palace that the strategic goal of this largest public-private association in the country is the creation of an “electronic Serbia”, which would provide the necessary conditions for further developing a favourable business environment and strengthening competitiveness.
“Expect in the next two years e-signature, e-document, e-payment and e-filing, a central register that will bring together a database on citizens and businesses, as well as the portal e-Inspector, which will be one of the main weapons for combatting the shadow economy,” said Minister Ana Brnabić.
The celebration brought together more than 600 distinguished guests, political and business leaders, mayors, representatives of state institutions and international organisations. Guests were also addressed by former U.S. Ambassador Mary Warlick, current U.S. Ambassador Kyle Scott, acting NALED Board President Goran Kovačević and Executive Director Violeta Jovanović.