Vu: “100 extra euros for young people” – Business & EconomyEnglish
President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, said that young people will receive an additional 100 euros per Vidovdan.
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Tonight, hosted on Happy TV, President Vucic said that this time aid will be paid for young people between 16 and 30 years old.
“I have just finished meeting with the Minister of Finance and the Prime Minister. We will offer new support program for young people, they can count on at least 100 euros until Vidovdan, we will not do this before the election,” the president stressed.
As he pointed out, hereby shows from the state that at the time of the coronavirus and the great energy and inflation crisis all over the world, he can encourage additional consumption, and even investments.
“Thus, we can raise our economic growth to an even higher level,” the president added.
Serbia is negotiating with 92 investors; “In the mandate of the new government, an average salary of 1,000 euros”
As he said, Serbia is currently negotiating with 92 investors, and the total value of these investments is 7.3 billion euros and includes more than 35,000 jobs.
“We lack different professional profiles, especially craftsmen, drivers, etc., and they will always be lacking. We must continue years of success in attracting foreign investment, but also to strengthen domestic investment,” Mr. Vucic stressed.
He added that doctors will start to return to Serbia, and some have already returned to the country – even the most distinguished ones. “We are trying to find a way as to how to bring masters and artisans back to the country. Wages will increase in our country much faster than in Canada, America, Slovenia, Germany… It is a question of when we will be able to bring them back to Serbia,” Vucic said.
He said he believes that the mandate of the new government will reach an average salary of 1,000 euros, and that pensions should be 500 euros by the end of the mandate.
“The only thing that can bother us which is the great global crisis, I believe that the Russians and the Americans will find a solution. Today we gave an order to provide all our reserves, 6 main food items,” the president pointed out. Regarding the opposition’s announcement that specialist doctors’ salaries will be 1,000 euros, Vui says doctors’ salaries are already high.
“It was 620, and now it is 1,020 euros. There are 1,548 employees in the red zones. The nurse had a salary of 282 euros in 2011, and now it has been increased by 85%,” the president pointed out, adding that the average salary increase at the Serbian level in 2011 is 83 percent.
“Serbia has the lowest electricity prices in all of Europe”
He also reminded that Serbia has the lowest electricity prices in all of Europe. “We subsidize to some extent, helping the poorest. »
“We are procuring additional quantities of gasoline and diesel. We are filling everything now and we have to provide money for it all. Fertilizer prices have skyrocketed because Russia said there are no exports and now we are looking at where to import, from Iran or other countries. Everything has to be,” said Vui, recalling that people do not feel the energy crisis because no house has been left without heating.
“When China started buying everything, we should have started. But others don’t even start and we have an advantage over them. »
About Chinese investments
Vui said that some want to drive Chinese investments out of Serbia.
“Do you want to drive out the Chinese? Tell people that we will be gone without Serbia’s two biggest exporters, that it is in vain for Linglong Tire to invest 800 million euros in Zrenjanin,” Vucic said.
About investing in ecology
“This year, we are investing 20 times more than decades ago. To start slowly clean up Serbia, to switch to gas, to work on sewage treatment plants. It is worth more than five billion euros,” the president said.
Regarding the lithium and environment movements, Vui says that Serbia will never be underdeveloped again, but some think that Serbia should never make high profits. “This has nothing to do with the fight for the environment and clean air,” Vucic said.
“Just ask the question -? Why Rockefeller pay some of these associations because they love Serbia Do you think anyone believes in that,” he concluded.