The World Bank predicts allocations of funds for Serbia in the amount of 1.2 billion dollars by 2026

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The World Bank has foreseen allocations of 1.2 billion dollars for Serbia in the period from 2022 to 2026, it was said today at the meeting of the Minister of Finance Siniša Mali with the director of the World Bank Office in Belgrade, Nikola Pontar.
The World Bank’s cooperation framework with Serbia envisions strengthening the macro-fiscal framework for greener growth, green investment and the transition to a low-carbon economy, as well as improving the business environment and regional integration, the finance ministry said in a statement.
The goal is to strengthen public finances at the central and local levels, as well as better access to quality health and education services for the vulnerable.
Mali reminded that the framework for cooperation (CPF) is being harmonized with the World Bank for five years, which gives guidelines on what will be worked on in the following period.
He thanked the World Bank for its support, assessing that Serbia has good cooperation with that international institution, Danas reports.