Siniša Mali

Vucic: I am heading to New York to respond to those wishing to accuse Serbia

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced he would travel to New York on Monday evening for a UN General Assembly session on a Srebrenica resolution.

Vucic made the announcement at a press conference with EU Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi in Belgrade.

Mali: Xi's visit opens new chapter of cooperation and Serbia's economic growth

BELGRADE - Besides being politically significant and boosting Serbia's reputation, Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Belgrade is very important economically as well and opens up new prospects for Serbia and a new chapter in its cooperation with China as well as its overall growth and development, Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said on Thursday.

Mali: Serbia has received 15.9 bln euros of FDI since 2020

BELGRADE - Serbia has attracted a total of 15.9 bln euros of FDI since 2020, Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said at a meeting with global investors from the US on Friday.

Following a Serbian delegation's visit to Washington for the IMF/World Bank Group Spring Meetings, the investors came to Serbia to get better acquainted with all economic parameters in the country.

Mali: Serbia to invest 17.8 bln euros in 323 projects by 2027

BELGRADE - By 2027, Serbia will invest 17.8 bln euros in 323 projects across the country, Finance Minister Sinisa Mali announced on Wednesday.

In an Instagram post, Mali wrote that, contrary to opposition claims, the investments would reach all parts of Serbia and go to infrastructure, energy, science and education projects.

Mali attends investor meeting in Washington

WASHINGTON - At a Washington investor meeting, Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali spoke with representatives of the top US and international companies and investment funds.

Mali, who is in Washington for the IMF/World Bank Group Spring Meetings, gave a presentation of Serbia's economic performance and opportunities for investing in the country.

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