Momirovic: China Serbia's second-largest economic partner, we want to boost trade

BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Internal and External Trade Tomislav Momirovic said on Wednesday no country in the region or Europe maintained the same level of cooperation and mutual trust with China that Serbia did, and noted that China was Serbia's second-largest economic partner behind Germany.

Vesic: EXPO 2027 construction works to cost around 2.5 bln euros

BELGRADE - Works on implementing the Leap Into the Future - Serbia 2027 programme will be completed by December 2026 and the cost of constructing new fair grounds, an expo site and a residential district for EXPO 2027 is estimated at 2.5 bln euros, Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesic said on Friday.

Tourist visits in Serbia up by 9.2 pct y-o-y in February

BELGRADE - Serbia registered 9.2 pct more tourist visits in February 2024 relative to the same month of last year and the number of overnight stays was up by 1.7 pct y-o-y, according to figures released by the national statistical office.

Overnight stays generated by Serbian tourists were up by 2.1 pct y-o-y, while those generated by foreign tourists were up by 1.2 pct y-o-y.

Soder: Serbia's economic indicators going strongly up, we will support EXPO 2027

BELGRADE - Minister-President of the German State of Bavaria Markus Soder said in Belgrade on Friday Serbian economic indicators were on a strong upward trajectory and announced that cooperation with Serbia would be stepped up and that Bavarian companies would take part in EXPO 2027, to be hosted by Belgrade.

Vucic: Cooperation with Bavaria important, its companies employ 25,000 Serbians

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said after meeting with Minister-President of the German state of Bavaria Markus Soder on Friday that cooperation with Bavaria was very important for Serbia as Bavarian companies alone employed 25,000 people in Serbia.

Soder: Serbia key state for W Balkan stability, important partner for Bavaria

BELGRADE - Minister-President of the German state of Bavaria Markus Soder, who is on a working visit to Serbia, thanked Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic for Friday's welcome at the Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade and noted that Serbia was a key state for stability in the Western Balkans as well as an important and stable partner for Bavaria.