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DAILY SURVEY 05.06.2018.
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BELGRADE, 4 June 2018 (Beta) - President Aleksandar Vucic met on June 4 with Head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia Andrea Orizio to discuss the mission's greater engagement in reform processes in Serbia and future cooperation in the field of media and freedom of expression. Vucic hailed the OSCE Mission's readiness to take part in developing a media strategy, adding that it was important to cooperate with the Mission, according to a statement from Vucic's office. "It is important that we work in line with examples from European democracies to create a different atmosphere in society. The media strategy is crucial as it should ensure media pluralism in Serbia," Vucic said, according to the statement. Ambassador Orizio said that the OSCE Mission wished to continue cooperation with Serbian institutions on developing the media strategy and in the implementation of media laws. He added that the OSCE Mission would assist the working group for drafting the media strategy to deliver a good product and expressed the Misison's readiness to take part in the organization of inclusive public debates.


BELGRADE, 4 June 2018 (Beta) - Construction, Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Zorana Mihajlovic said on June 4 that Serbia was an economically stable country and that it was the right moment for investors to invest in Serbia through public-private partnership (PPP) projects. "In the previous period, we focused on budget stabilization, which was one of the reasons for a smaller number of PPP projects in the past few years, while possibly there was not enough know-how for such projects at the local level," Mhajlovic told the First Serbian Conference on PPP in Belgrade. "Now, we are an economically stable country, we have a clear strategy, legislation aligned with the EU and we are ready to enter PPP projects," she said. According to her, Serbia is currently implementing a major project, an agreement on the Belgrade international Nikola Tesla Airport concession, which would enable investments of nearly EUR740 million over the next five years. "For such investment, the airport would need some 50 years," noted Mihajlovic, who also serves as the deputy prime minister. She also said that an agreement had been signed that would enable the resolution of the Vinca landfill, near Belgrade. Speaking about potential PPP projects, Mihajlovic cited the Pozega-Boljare section of the Corridor 11, the so-called Fruska Gora Corridor and a railway that would link the Nikola Tesla Airport with New Belgrade.


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