"Export, foreign investments increase vital for Serbia"
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic met on Wednesday in Belgrade with World Bank consultant William Isaacs.Source: srbija.gov.rs
According to the Serbian government, they spoke about "the support of this financial institution to the Serbian government in implementing its programs and defined priority objectives."
Dacic "thanked the World Bank for supporting the efforts of the government to formulate and adopt an Action Plan for the Implementation of the Program of the Government, on the principle of so-called management based on expected results."
The Action Plan was adopted on November 17, 2016, when, with the support of the World Bank, a new approach in its implementation was applied.
The government will therefore be able to "monitor in a systematic way all activities in order to achieve results in defined periods, to establish possible internal and external risks in implementing the priorities, as well as the expected effects on citizens."
Dacic also presented the key priorities of the government, and said that the increase in exports and an increase in foreign investments in Serbia is of vital interest and one of the main tasks of the diplomatic network.