Sunday, February 2, 2014

Vulin: Russian companies ready to invest in KiM

1/31/2014 10:29:00 AM
BELGRADE - The Russian companies doing business in central Serbia are ready to expand their operations and strengthen their presence in the territory of the Autonomous Province of Kosovo-Metohija (KiM), said Aleksandar Vulin, outgoing minister responsible for KiM. After a presentation of prospects for investing in KiM at the Serbian government building on Thursday, Vulin underscored that the Russian Federation is Serbia's most significant foreign policy ally and certainly one of the most important economic partners when it comes to KiM. 

 Vulin, who attended the presentation together with Russian Ambassador to Serbia Alexander Chepurin, underscored that there is not a single reason for limiting that cooperation to central Serbia. "Our friends confirmed to us the readiness of all companies that are doing business in central Serbia to expand their operations to the territory of KiM," Vulin said.

 "Our most important goal at the moment is to create as many jobs as possible in KiM and ensure a good life for Serbs in economic terms," he said. Vulin noted that it is quite hard for Serbs there to get a job and that is no news. 
 The presentation of investment opportunities in KiM was organized by the Serbian government's Office for Kosovo-Metohija for representatives of the Russian companies, including the Petroleum Industry of Serbia and Lukoil which demonstrated great interest in expanding their business. Vulin said that there are great opportunities for expanding operations in the banking sector, agriculture and other fields. Photo Tanjug, F. Kraincanic (archive)

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