Brnabic underlined that cooperation with the EIB is particularly important in the areas of infrastructure, health, energy, education and research centres.
Speaking about road infrastructure, the Prime Minister pointed to the importance of Corridor 10 and investment in railway infrastructure, with special emphasis on investment in local road infrastructure.
Brnabic said that the field of energy is the focus of the Serbian government, that the plan is to invest in two pumped-storage hydroelectric power stations, and that the construction of a gas interconnector with Bulgaria is a very important project, the completion of which is expected in October this year.
The Prime Minister pointed out to Pavlova new potential areas for investment, such as scientific and research centres, and presented the BIO4 campus construction project.
Pavlova assessed that cooperation with Serbia is constructive and added that it will be continued in the coming period, especially when it comes to road and railway infrastructure, investment in the health sector, as well as the field of dual education.
She agreed with Prime Minister Brnabic that investing in Corridor 10 is the number one priority, as well as investing in road infrastructure.
The EIB Vice President emphasised that railways are high on the agenda of that financial institution, as well as the area of healthcare, that is, the completion of the construction of clinical centres in Kragujevac and Novi Sad.