The interlocutors assessed that the joint projects are progressing well and that there are no problems in their realisation.
They also discussed joint projects envisaged under the Serbian budget for 2023, such as the projects of rehabilitation of roads and the improvement of traffic safety, reconstruction and construction of clinical centres in Serbia, a project for smart metres and other.
In addition, the interlocutors spoke about the energy system of our country and the implementation of projects within the Green Agenda framework.
In this context, Mali underlined that Serbia is working to transform its energy sector, adding that large investments in that field are ahead of Serbia in the coming years, which is the absolute priority of the government.
Underlining that despite tree years of the world economic crisis, Serbia’s macro economic indicators are still very good and public finances totally stable, he stated that the public debt is far below the Maastricht level and that foreign direct investment (FDI) reached as much as €4.4 billion.
In addition, until 20 March Serbia attracted around €693 million in FDI, which is the best result to date.
According to Mali, the level of public investment in Serbia is growing, given that 6.8 percent of GDP has been allocated to capital projects this year, while the share of capital expenditures in GDP in 2011 stood at 3.1 percent.