The government also adopted a set of amendments to the laws in the field of education related to preschool, primary and secondary education, which enable the establishment of the National Examination Centre as an important segment in the implementation of the project of the high school leaving exam.
The Decree on Market Premium and Feed-in Tariff was adopted in order to achieve the goals of strengthening energy security, sustainability of the energy system and preserving the environment, to which Serbia committed itself by signing the Sofia Declaration on the Green Agenda for the Western Balkans in 2020.
The Coordination Body for the Implementation of the Operational Plan for Prevention of Corruption in Areas of Special Risk was established at the session, whose goal is to establish coordination of the implementation of anti-corruption measures at the highest political level with political and institutional responsibility of the top management for implementing strategic measures in that fight.
The government adopted the Programme of financial support to sports organisations in difficult economic conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which this year includes support for sports clubs in the amount of RSD 1.2 billion.
The Decree on determining the spatial plan of the special purpose area in the area of exceptional features "Vlasina" was adopted, which categorises that area as a natural asset of exceptional importance for the Republic of Serbia, i.e. protected natural asset of category one.
The government made a decision to open an embassy of Serbia in the Kingdom of Bahrain, as well as a decision to open a consulate in Harare in the Republic of Zimbabwe and to appoint an honorary consul in that country.
The government has given its consent to open a consulate of North Macedonia in the Republic of Serbia.