Agricultural development: Nedimovic and Fazekas meet in Budapest

The Serbian Minister of Agriculture and Environmental Protection Branislav Nedimovic met with with the Hungarian Minister of Rural Development Sandor Fazekas in Budapest on Monday to discuss the Hungarian ministry’s assistance to Serbia in drawing investors in the manufacturing industry.

Nedimovic pointed out that the Serbian delegation had also talked to representatives of the Hungarian Payment Agency about the professional assistance that  the agency could provide regarding the accreditation of the Serbian Directorate for Agrarian Payments in order for Serbia to be able to access the IPARD funds in 2017.

– We have agreed on Hungary providing expert assistance regarding the process of the accreditation of the Directorate for Agrarian payments and technical assistance regarding the byproducts of animal origin. We also showed them the opportunities for investing in the Serbian manufacturing sector – the Serbian minister said for Tanjug.  – The talks have been very useful and we have agreed on several things which are to be discussed at the joint session of the Serbian and Hungarian government in Nis on 21st and 22nd November – Nedimovic added.

(eKapija, 08.11.2016)

http://www.ekapija.com/website/en/page/1591634/Ministers-of-agriculture-of-Serbia-and-Hungary-discuss-investments-in-manufacturing-industry

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