The Finance Ministry said on Thursday that the European Commission gave a positive assessment of Serbia’s economic results and the measures introduced to ease the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
“In it assessment of Serbia’s economic reforms programme that covers the period from 2021 to 2023, the European Commission positively assessed the achieved economic results, sets of economic measures to overcome the consequences of the COVID 19 pandemic and the successful vaccination,” the Finance Ministry said in a press release following a meeting of the Economic and Financial Committee which was attended by the Ministry’s State Secretary Gojko Stanivukovic. The meeting was part of the annual multi-lateral economic and financial dialogue between Serbia and the European Union.
According to the press release, Serbia has some of the best economic growth results in the region as well as a high level of resilience during the pandemic.
Stanivukovic is quoted as saying that the vaccination effort has been stepped up, that the digitalization of the economy and state administration remains a priority in terms of structural reform, as do improvements to the business environment while securing a sustainable, energy-efficient and ecologically acceptable economic growth which will help Serbia speed up its accession to the EU.
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