Vučić: "This will be produced in Serbia and exported to Europe" PHOTO/VIDEO

The president spoke briefly with the factory workers and wished them happy work.
The production process was presented to him.
"This looks amazing," commented the president of the machine shop.
They showed the president plant-based meatballs, "chicken nuggets" and other plant-based products from the company's assortment. "It is important for us that it will be exported to Europe," said the president.
"These are the investors we love the most, who do not need subsidies from the state," added Vui. The representatives of the company told Vui that everything is new in the factory and that two years ago there was a meadow, and now it is a modern factory with the most advanced technology in that area. Vui asked if that type of food is normally more expensive than meat products, to which he received the answer that food from that factory would be cheaper. Then Vui addressed the public.
"They built a wonderful, clean factory. They will continue to invest," said Vui.
"And another important thing I want to emphasize is that the Nestle company did not ask for any subsidies and I am the happiest that it is so. I like it the most when someone else pays for it. If they had asked for subsidies, they would have received them. We give the biggest subsidies for food... Serbia is ready, as it has a large raw material base. We need not to export apples and raspberries, but to also know how to pack and export compote," Vui said.
He pointed out that it is of great importance for Serbia to reach the European market as soon as possible.
"It will be a big step for us," Vucic said. "For us, the issues of green corridors, PEN conventions, and many other things are of key importance, much more than the money that someone else can give us for...

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