Sinisa Mali, Serbia’s Finance Minister, said in London on Tuesday his country had to secure financing of the announced investment package since that would be the heart of the economic growth in future, the Beta news agency reported.
Addressing the Bloomberg 'Forum about the new markets’ development and the 2019 perspectives,' Mali said “the greatest challenge today was how to make a developing country’s economy grow,” his Ministry said in a statement.
He added that was why the recently announced investment package in Serbia was crucial.
“In the next three to four years, it will include the investments in infrastructure: water supply, sewage system, wastewater purification, finishing the construction of local and regional roads, the motorway and railroad networks, as well as the building of a subway and the national stadium,” Mali said.
He added that the increase in public investments and “never higher direct foreign investments” Serbia was making a basis for its economic growth.