These amendments provide additional grants to the Republic of Serbia in the amount of $20.3 million, which will be used to stimulate economic activities of small and medium-sized enterprises in our country, as well as to support Serbia in the European integration process through strengthening institutions and the rule of law.
After the signing of the amendment, Joksimovic said that today Serbia is a country that is conducting accession negotiations and which is determined to realize its development chance and perspective in the European Union in the best possible way.
Along the way, financial support and future cooperation with the United States as a development partner is extremely important for Serbia, the Minister for European Integration pointed out.
Ambassador of the United States of America to Serbia Anthony Godfrey, who attended the signing of the amendment, pointed out that today's signatures mark a decade of direct cooperation with the government of Serbia.
During these ten years, together we have achieved a lot in the implementation of reforms that are important for the democratic and economic development of Serbia, as well as for the well-being of its citizens, Godfrey said.