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Day after the announcement of 24 ministers in the new government of Serbia, it was announced today who the remaining two ministers are, as well as the ministers without portfolios.

The current director of the Office for Information Technologies and Electronic Administration, Mihailo Jovanović, has been proposed as the Minister of Information and Telecommunications, while the Ministry of Public Investments will be headed by Marko Blagojević.

The three ministers without portfolios will be Novica Tončev, Đorđe Milićević and Edin Đerlek.

The Government of Serbia, which will be led by Prime Minister Ana Brnabić, will have 29 members, and unlike the previous government, there will be three ministries without portfolios instead of two.

If she receives the support of more than 126 deputies at the parliamentary session that began on 25 October, Ana Brnabić will begin her third term at the head of the Government, and her deputy and Minister of Foreign Affairs will be Ivica Dačić.

The government consists of:

Ana Brnabić, Prime Minister
Ivica Dačić, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister
Miloš Vučević, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense
Siniša Mali, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance
Tomislav Momirović, Minister of Internal and Foreign Trade
Rade Basta, Minister of Economy
Jelena Tanasković, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management
Irena Vujović, Minister of Environmental Protection
Goran Vesić, Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure
Dubravka Negre, Minister of Mining and Energy
Maja Popović, Minister of Justice
Aleksandar Martinović, Minister of Administration and Local Self-Government
Tomislav Žigmanov, Minister for Human and Minority Rights and Social Dialogue

Bratislav Gašić, Minister of the Interior
Tanja Miščević, Minister for European Integration
Branko Ružić, Minister of Education
Jelena Begović, Minister of Science and Innovation and Technological Development
Danica Grujičić, Minister of Health
Nikola Selaković, Minister of Labour, Veterans and Social Affairs
Darja Kisić, Minister of Family Care and Demography
Husein Memic, Minister of Tourism and Youth
Zoran Gajić, Minister of Sports
Maja Gojković, Minister of Culture
Milan Krkobabić, Minister for Rural Care
Mihailo Jovanović, Minister of Information and Telecommunications
Marko Blagojević, Minister for Public Investments
Novica Tončev, minister without portfolio
Đorđe Milićević, minister without portfolio
Edin Đerlek, minister without portfolio

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