On this occasion, Mali explained that these reforms should contribute to increasing the competitiveness of the national economy, accelerating economic growth, creating new jobs and conditions for a better life of citizens.
The minister said the reforms cover eight key areas such as: energy market and transport reform; agriculture, industry and services, business environment and the fight against the grey economy, research, development and innovation and digital transformation, reforms in the field of economic integration, education and skills, employment and the labour market and social protection and inclusion.
Within these areas, we have defined 24 reform measures that will ensure increased competitiveness of our economy, investment in innovation and digitalisation, increase employment aimed especially at women and youth, said Mali and added that these reforms should enable faster and more efficient economic development of our country.
Fabrizi congratulated Serbia on the fact that it managed to cope with the economic crisis in 2020, having in mind the difficult circumstances due to the coronavirus pandemic, and to achieve even better results than the EU.
The EU, as the first trade partner and the biggest investor in Serbia, feels a special responsibility to provide all support to the even more successful development of the Serbian economy, he concluded.