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Mineco on mining projects in Serbia at meeting with Serbian minister

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– We are proud that in a short time, in cooperation with our international partners and the private sector, we have prepared and adopted four modern laws that represent the basis for many more investments in sectors that have slept for years – said Serbian Minister of Mining and Energy Zorana Mihajlovic.

Representatives of the mining company Mineco, Marko Bryant and Bojan Popovic met with the Minister of Mining and Energy, Zorana Mihajlovic. They talked about potential and current projects that this company is realizing in Serbia through its companies for geological research, the ministry announced.

Bryant pointed out that the company has good experiences with the new Ministry of Mining and Energy, and that it supports the adoption of new laws that will make investments safer, according to a statement from the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Mining and Energy. Mihajlovic informed her interlocutors that Serbia has adopted four new laws in the field of mining and energy, as a basis for new investments and a favorable business environment in the energy and mining sector.

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According to her, mining in Serbia has a lot of potential for investment and further development, while through the new strategic framework we are improving the business climate, but also security and predictability for investors. Investigative rights of investors were discussed at the meeting, and it was emphasized that the legal framework is clear and that all investors must act accordingly, Beta reports.

Source: serbia-business.eu


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