Brnabic pointed out that, thanks to investments in the IT sector, Serbia is recognised as a country with great potential in this area and a good destination for investments.
Today, the ICT sector is the largest export branch and has a large share in the country's GDP. Serbia has a good and educated staff, and by introducing programming in primary schools, we are investing in our future, she said, noting that cooperation between the two countries in this field would be of mutual benefit.
Al-Khatib conveyed to the Prime Minister the greetings of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, as well as Saudi Arabia's efforts to improve economic relations and political dialogue.
Emphasising that tourism is the carrier of the economic development of Saudi Arabia, he said that he recognized great potential in Serbia for the development of this economic branch, which would enable the creation of new jobs and economic development of the country in the future.
According to him, the exchange of knowledge and experiences between the two countries and cooperation in this area would be mutually beneficial for our citizens.
President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce Marko Cadez, who attended the meeting, pointed out that the business community is an important entity in the development of relations, while he recognized agriculture as one of the pillars of cooperation between businessmen of the two countries.
The officials also discussed the increase of trade exchange, as well as the possibilities for joint infrastructure projects.
The Prime Minister expressed confidence that the political dialogue between the two countries will intensify in the future and reiterated the invitation to the Saudi king and heir to the throne to visit Serbia.