Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that he had talked with his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan about the construction of an industrial zone in Vojvodina.
“We talked about an industrial zone that will be built in Vojvodina which would significantly contribute to employment there and become home for a number of Turkish companies,” Vucic said on Friday, September 25, in Istanbul. “This industrial zone would give a great impetus to our economic growth”, he added.
“I believe that we will establish a strong cooperating in other areas like the agriculture and defence industry,” Vucic said.
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He also noted that there was almost no more room for industrial zones in Serbia and announced that the issue would be in focus in the next period, so that Serbia would reindustrialize and attract investors from Turkey, Germany and other countries.
Vucic also said that he talked about infrastructural projects with Turkish officials, including the representatives of the companies which are drafting the project documentation for the Karadjordje motorway.
“We also talked about the construction of the Novi Pazar-Tutin road, which should be completed in a year and a half, “ Vucic went on to say.
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