The documents are the Memorandum of Understanding on measures to improve the movement of people and goods across the common state border, the Memorandum of Understanding in the field of mining and energy and the Memorandum of Understanding for the electronic fee collection project - establishing an interoperable electronic fee collection (EFC) system.
Brnabic explained that, when it comes to the establishment of this system, citizens will soon be able to travel on highways in Serbia, as well as in North Macedonia, without making stops to purchase an electric charging system in one or another country.
She stated that in the next 30 days, discussions will continue regarding the harmonisation of interoperable electronic fee collection, as well as that an additional 60 days are planned for testing this system and putting it into operation during the summer season.
The Prime Minister also emphasised that cooperation in the field of energy is very important for the economic relations of the two countries, adding that the memorandum, which was signed today, concerns primarily the gas interconnector between Serbia and North Macedonia.
Regarding the improvement of the movement of people and goods across the common state border, Brnabic said that a Memorandum of Understanding was also signed today for the improvement and better cooperation at the border crossings between the two countries, primarily at the Presevo-Tabanovce border crossing.
We talked about how we can further improve it, especially during the tourist season, and already during the next week we will have additional meetings at the technical level, she said.
The Prime Minister explained that the unique software for checking data at border crossings and mobile readers will be discussed at those meetings in order to reduce congestion at border crossings as much as possible.