Unemployment causes brain drain from Serbia, EU representative says

Unemployment causes brain drain from Serbia, EU representative says

Unemployment causes brain drain from Serbia, EU representative says Izvor: Tanjug/Rade Prelić

A member of the European Union Delegation to Serbia Steffen Hudolin said on Tuesday the unemployment was one of the main reasons for the brain drain from Serbia, but added other countries faced the problem as well, the FoNet news agency reported.

Addressing the regional youth conference “Western Balkans and Turkish Youths: We Need More,” Hudolin said that the problem was high on the EU agenda and that the bloc tried to use many measures to include the youths in the decision-making process and the institutional work.

“The goals are the equality and equal chances for everyone,” he said, adding he saw one of the solutions in the regional cooperation.

The founder of the 'Divac Foundation' Ana Divac called on young people to take the initiative and realise their visions.

“Those visions and dreams should be big,  and not only in a personal interest but for the benefit of the region and general progress,” Divac said.  

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