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Regarding the information that were present in the public and on social media, that Serbia has been “blacklisted“ by the Google company, the Office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia, informed the public that Prime Minister Ana Brnabić has reacted as soon as such information appeared on social media and has contacted directly the management of the Google company in the USA.

The Prime Minister and her digitalization team have been in direct contact during the whole day with the Google company representatives, who have reassured them that it is a matter of technical, and not political, financial or legal problem. 

“We expect the resolution of this problem as soon as possible and the continuation of the normal functioning of all services provided by the Google company in Serbia. We believe that the Google company is soon to make a statement in relation to this issue,” said Prime Minister.

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