Speaking in a broadcast on Television Pink, Vucic said that he would be dissatisfied with any other result but a GDP growth of at least 2% in 2016 and 3% in 2017.
He underlined that a difficult, but good and successful year is ahead of Serbia, since objective indicators show that this year will be better than the previous.
According to Vucic, Serbia can be satisfied with its GDP growth since Italy and Austria have the similar or somewhat higher GDP growth, whereas Finland, although 20 times more developed than Serbia, has a GDP growth half the size of that of Serbia.
The Prime Minister underlined that despite the catastrophic floods in 2014, Serbia started reforms that have begun to yield results.
Vucic noted that Serbia passed three revisions of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and that the government he is heading now has a successful arrangement with this financial institution.