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ANGELA MERKEL IN SERBIA TODAY


August 23, 2011. / Radio Serbia

CVETKOVIC - MERKEL
REMARKABLE SERBIA-GERMANY PARTNERSHIP

Serbian PM Mirko Cvetkovic and German Chancellor Angela Merkel assessed in Belgrade that Serbia and Germany are extremely important political and economic partners. Cvetkovic informed Merkel about reform laws adopted within Serbia’s EU integration process, macroeconomic situation, and reforms implemented by the Government to improve investment climate, the Serbian Government communicated. The Prime Minister pointed that Germany is Serbia’s largest foreign trade partner and one of the most important investors adding that German companies have been successfully doing business in Serbia for years and are the best recommendation to future investors. Merkel underlined that she is familiar with the positive experiences of German investors in Serbia, adding that there is huge potential for further development of cooperation, primarily in fields of infrastructure and energy. It was emphasized at the meeting that through its Development Bank KFW, Germany will continue to support the project to establish a Serbian development bank.

NO NEED TO CHANGE PENSION SYSTEM IN SERBIA

At a meeting of Deputy PM Jovan Krkobabic with the IMF delegation, headed by Albert Jaeger, it was concluded that there is no need to change the pension system in Serbia at the moment and that its improvement and modernization will be the task for the next government and parliament. Any change in terms of the years of service or age as factors for retirement is not measured by years, but would potentially be coordinated over decades, it has been communicated from the Deputy PM cabinet. The key topic of the talks was social policy with special emphasis on improvement of the system for pension and disability insurance. It was noted that the pension system or its changes must rely primarily on accelerated employment so to better the ration between those contributing to pension funds and thus using those funds, as well as consistent and efficient fiscal policy, the communiqué reads.

TADIC: PRISTINA WANTS TO CHANGE THE SITUATION IN THE FIELD THROUGH UNILATERAL ACTIONS

Serbian President Boris Tadic assessed in Belgrade that it is obviously part of the strategy of the Pristina authorities to change the situation in the field through unilateral moves and pointed that this is why the special unit ROSU took an action in the north of Kosovo in late July. Serbia wants free flow of goods and services, but it wants to preserve its integrity, Tadic said in talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Merkel said that Germany wants Serbia to become an EU member state.



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