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Mihajlovic with the Union of Employers of Serbia: Wind in the back for even greater economic growth

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, prof. Zorana Mihajlovic PhD, signed today a Memorandum of Cooperation between the Ministry and the Union with Milos Nenezic, President of the Union of Employers of Serbia, Mihajlovic emphasized that the Memorandum of Cooperation with the Union of Employers of Serbia is important because the Union is here to give the wind beneath the wings for better results greater economic development of the country, and that it will actively participate in the creation of laws that the Ministry is preparing.

“The state is tasked with creating the conditions for good workmanship and cooperation with the Employers Union is very important. We are a country that has more than 55,000 construction sites today, we are the 9th in the world in terms of construction permits, we have the highest economic growth rate and invest billions of euros in infrastructure projects," she said.


Milos Nenezic said he was pleased with the signing of this memorandum, saying that this would make the cooperation with the economy even closer and that the Employers Union would take an active part in the creation of new laws.

"This memorandum is proof that the resor ministry and Deputy Prime Minister Mihajlovic understand the importance of socio-economic council and social action. Working together will bring us better results," he said.

Honorable President of the Union of Employers of Serbia, Nebojsa Atanackovic, said it was a great mistake that the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure was not part of the Socio-Economic Council, but that this Memorandum of cooperation would compensate for it.


"Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure is of much greater importance today than before, given the complexity of the construction industry and the infrastructure projects underway. Through the activities of our members, we will contribute to make these results even better,” Atanackovic said.