Germany is Serbia’s leading investment and foreign trade partner

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With about three billion euros of investments in the Serbian economy in the past two decades, Germany is the leading investment and foreign trade partner and the most deserving for the modernization of the Serbian economy, said today in Berlin the President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce Marko Cadez.

“When you look at the trams in Munich or Bremen that Siemens did, you know that they were made in Serbia. There are still many such examples of successful cooperation between Serbia and Germany, which is the engine of global economic development, “Chadez said in his address at the ceremony on the occasion of the Statehood Day at the Serbian Embassy in Berlin, the PKS announced.

Recalling that the Meeting also symbolizes meeting, talks, dialogue, Chadez, who is on a working visit to Germany, announced important meetings in Berlin and Munich where he will have meetings with stakeholders in German politics and industry on strengthening bilateral cooperation and priorities. on Regional Integration in the Western Balkans.

According to the president of PKS, Germany is the first export market for products from Serbia, and the overall investment, economic-trade and political cooperation is at a high level.

He also emphasized the importance of the great German support for the introduction of the dual education model in Serbia, which enables the education of staff according to the needs of the economy.

“The diaspora is a very important link for networking companies, investments and improving business ties. “We have launched a special digital platform within the Connect Serbia project in order to network the diaspora with the country’s economy and encourage their investments and cooperation based on mutual economic interest,” Cadez pointed out.

He announced that in the spring, first in March in Stuttgart, and then in May in Berlin, investment conferences organized by PKS in cooperation with partner German chambers would be organized for German companies interested in investing in Serbia and the Western Balkans.

The potential and concrete opportunities for investment and business will be presented at these events.

The President of the SCC also pointed out the German support for regional integration in the Western Balkans and pointed out that the implementation of the Open Balkans initiative will contribute to connecting and strengthening the region economically and resolving open issues between Belgrade and Pristina.

“The region as a whole will be more attractive for investors and more competitive on the global market,” said the president of PKS.

Representatives of the diplomatic corps, German institutions, the business community and the Serbian diaspora in Germany attended the reception at the Serbian Embassy in Berlin, Danas writes.