This decree defines the criteria for granting residence in Serbia for foreign founders of innovative start-ups, job seekers with university degrees and for private investors.
Following the recent introduction of tax incentives for employment of foreign nationals needed by the domestic economy, Serbia in this way continues to boost its attractiveness as a place for doing business so that the best ideas from around the world could develop in Serbia.
The government also adopted the Culture Development Strategy of the Republic of Serbia from 2020 to 2029, as the main strategic document of cultural policy of our country.
The strategy regulates in a planned and systematic manner the public interest in the sphere of culture and determines strategic priorities of its development in the given ten-year period.
This document has been prepared by the Ministry of Culture and the Media, the Institute for Cultural Development Research and other state institutions of culture, representatives of civil society organisations and national councils of national minorities.
A public debate on the draft of the strategy gathered the competent cultural associations, educational and scientific institutions and independent artists. The process of the strategy’s elaboration was monitored by the National Council for Culture.
The government also adopted the Decree on the safety and protection of children in the use of information and communication technologies.
Given that the protection of children on the Internet is one of the priorities of the Serbian government, this document will provide for preventive measures, but also for raising awareness among children, parents and teachers on the safe use of the Internet.
The opening of a single spot for giving advice and receiving complaints regarding the protection and safety of children on the Internet is envisaged. A total of RSD 12 million have been set aside for these activities in 2020.