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Prime Minister Ana Brnabić assessed today in a meeting with Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan Kenji Yamada that Japan is our friend and donor and an important partner in political and economic terms.
 

Brnabic pointed out that the trend of enhancing cooperation was particularly noticeable after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to Serbia in January this year and expressed the belief that the two countries will expand cooperation in new areas in the forthcoming period.

The officials estimated that yesterday’s signing of the Agreement on financing the project for removing the remains of mines in the municipality of Bujanovac with the International Fund for Strengthening Human Security represents another important step towards further strengthening bilateral cooperation.

The Prime Minister expressed her gratitude for the support and financial assistance of Japan in the amount of €500,000, in order to carry out this significant project.

Yamada stressed that companies from that country are interested in coming to Serbia, primarily those dealing with IT industry and transport.

Yamada said that he was acquainted with the latest economic indicators, which confirm the trend of development of the Serbian economy and praised the efforts of the government of Serbia aimed at creating a stable business environment important for attracting new Japanese investments.

Brnabić pointed out that Japanese companies are an important part of the Serbian economy, which is evidence of well-implemented economic reforms and an indicator of the stability of the business climate.

From Japanese investors and their approach to business, we can learn a lot, the Prime Minister concluded, adding that, besides investments, they also have new technologies that come with Japanese companies.

They also talked about the possibilities of cooperation in the field of culture and art, and Brnabic expressed her expectation that in the coming period, the possibility will be created for the opening of an exhibition of Japanese artists in Belgrade, which would be of great importance for bringing closer the cultures of the Serbian and Japanese people.

Yamada expressed his gratitude for the help the government of Serbia has made to address the consequences of the floods in Japan and expressed the belief that the visit of the Prime Minister of Serbia to Japan, which is planned for the next year, will be very important for further improvement of the bilateral relations of the two countries.

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