Lansky: Belgrade Meeting to enable impact of Serbian view

The size of the Serbian economy, combined with its development, could become an engine of the region but there are obstacles on that path as some countries are unable to keep up with the ambitious pace of Serbian reforms, and because economic ties in the region remain weak, says lawyer Gabriel Lansky, a Vienna Economic Forum (VEF) member.

19 Maj 2017 18:10

VIENNA - The size of the Serbian economy, combined with its development, could become an engine of the region but there are obstacles on that path as some countries are unable to keep up with the ambitious pace of Serbian reforms, and because economic ties in the region remain weak, says lawyer Gabriel Lansky, a Vienna Economic Forum (VEF) member.

When asked about the significance of the Vienna Economic Talks - Belgrade Meeting 2017 - to take place after Serbia's withdrawal from VEF following Kosovo's admission to the organisation - he told Tanjug he understood the Serbian authorities' decision on the withdrawal as, under the Serbian constitution, Kosovo is a part of the country.

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