Serbia highlights the importance of regional cooperation in energy sector, Uncategorized
Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Bozidar Djelic highlighted the great financial importance of the regional cooperation in energy sector and stated that Southeast European countries should use the opportunity given by the Connecting Europe Facility worth €50 billion to build necessary infrastructure.
Speaking at the Energy, Democracy, Development Regional Conference, Djelic stressed that this EU fund is available to non-member countries and added that Serbia could cooperate with Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro and Romania in the construction of hydroelectric power plants.
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