30 tons of fuel confiscated in Šabac

The Market Inspectorate of the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, in cooperation with the Police Department of Šabac which conducted a regular control of the presence of markers...

The Ministry supported the Regional Internet Governance Forum in Skopje

Assistant Minister at the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Sava Savić, participated today in the Regional Internet Governance Forum in Skopje. “Serbia recognizes the importance of the principle...

“Diksi” is interested in increasing imports from Serbia

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajić met today with the delegation of the Russian retail chain “Diksi”, headed by the Vice President of...

Joint participation by Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina in third markets is possible

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade and Tourism Telecommunications Rasim Ljajić met today with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Zlatko Lagumdžijom to discuss the...

Ljajic opened a bobsleigh track in Tornik

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajić opened the bobsleigh track in the ski center Tornik in Zlatibor. Ljajić said that Zlatibor is increasingly positioning itself...

Ljajić: We must take advantage of the export opportunity

Our exporters have a great opportunity to sell their goods on the Russian market, but it solely depends on their speed and efficiency, and the state will provide them...

New Rulebook on the transition from analog to digital television broadcasting and multiplex access

The Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications issued a rulebook on the transition from analog to digital television broadcasting and multiplex access, which was published in the Official Gazette...

Ljajić: Food prices will not soar, despite increased exports to Russia

Due to the sanctions imposed on import from Western countries, Russia is asking for a greater amount of Serbian goods, and some economists believe that this will lead to...