National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia adopted the Law on Ministries, which created the conditions for the formation of the new government of the Republic of Serbia.
All 205 deputies who were present at the session of the Assembly of Serbia voted for the adoption of the Law on Ministries.
227 MPs out of the 232 present voted for the programme of the new government and the Office of Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, 5 were against, there were no abstentions and 16 MPs did not attend the voting.
After the voting, the Prime Minister and members of her office took an oath, which marked the beginning of their mandate.
The adopted Law on Ministries envisages that the government of the Republic of Serbia has 21 ministries:
Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Nikola Selakovic
Ministry of Internal Affairs – Aleksandar Vulin
Ministry of Trade, Tourism, and Telecommunications – Tatjana Matic
Ministry of Transport, Construction, and Industry – Tomislav Momirovic
Ministry of Finance – Sinisa Mali
Ministry of Economy – Andjelka Atanaskovic
Ministry of Mining and Energy – Zorana Mihajlovic
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management – Branislav Nedimovic
Ministry of Environmental Protection – Irena Vujovic
Ministry of Justice – Maja Popovic
Ministry of State Administration and Local Self-Government – Marija Obradovic
Ministry of Defence – Nebojsa Stefanovic
Ministry of European Integration – Jadranka Joksimovic
Ministry of Education, Science, and Technological Development – Branko Ružić
Ministry of Health – Zlatibor Loncar
Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs – Darija Kisic Tepavcevic
Ministry of Youth and Sports – Vanja Udovicic
Ministry of Culture and Information – Maja Gojkovic
Ministry of Human and Minority Rights and Social Dialogue – Gordana Comic
Ministry of Family Care – Ratko Dmitrovic
Ministry of Village Care – Milan Krkobabic
Ministers without portfolios are Nenad Popovic and Novica Toncev.