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Energy and renewables in focus of bilateral cooperation with Czech Republic

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March 12, 2015

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Mining and energy minister Aleksandar Antić met on March 11 a delegation from the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, headed by deputy minister Vladimír Bártl.

The two sides agreed there was progress in the joint mining projects of Ćirikovac, Soko and Štavalj, the Serbian ministry said. Both counterparts expressed interest in hydro power plants construction on the river Drina. The delegation came to Belgrade for the 8th meeting of the Joint Committee for Economic Cooperation between Serbia and the Czech Republic.

At the Business Forum Serbia ‒ Czech Republic at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (CCIS) a day later, the chamber’s president said Marko Čadež said potentials for cooperation are in energy, renewable energy, mining, agricultural machinery, production of auto parts, food, textile, wood processing industry, tourism and cooperation between small and medium-sized enterprises.

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