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    BELGRADE, March 2, 2010 -- A Serbian state and economic delegation, led by Economy Minister Mlađan Dinkić, is to visit Algeria March 2 to 4. The Serbian delegation will also include Defense Minister Dragan Šutanovac, Youth and Sports Minister Snežana Samardžić-Marković, National Bank of Serbia Governor Radovan Jelašić, and representatives of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, the Investment and Export Promotion Agency, the Export Credit and Insurance Agency and the Komercijalna Bank.

    Around 60 representatives of leading domestic companies from the military industry, construction, water management, the pharmaceutical industry, energy, the food industry and furniture production will also be on the trip to Algeria. Dinkić is to meet with Algerian Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia and have separate talks with the country's ministers for water resources, public works, energy and mining, health care and agriculture.

    Šutanovac will discuss improving bilateral military cooperation in Algeria, while Samardžić-Marković and Jelašić will have separate meetings with their Algerian counterparts. While the Serbian delegation is visiting Algeria, a football match between the two countries' national teams will take place according to an earlier agreement.

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    March 2, 2010 -- Serbian Minister of Economy Mladjan Dinkic, who heads the state economic delegation on a visit to Algiers, had talks today with this country’s competent minister Abdelmalek Selal about the ways to improve the economic cooperation. They have concluded that the goal of the efforts of the two governments is bring the cooperation to the level as it was in 1980s, when Algiers was one of the biggest economic partners of former Yugoslavia. During this visit, Dinkic and Minister of defense Dragan Sutanovac will also have talks with Prime Minister Ahmed Uzakhi and other high officials, and tomorrow a business forum will be held, with the participation of a large number of businessmen from both countries. Having in mind that Algiers, as one of the richest countries of the North Africa, plans to start the investment cycle of 150 billion dollars next year, the visit of the delegation from Belgrade represents a great chance for the Serbian companies to get involved in those business opportunities, reads the communiqué of the Serbian Ministry of Economy.

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    March 3, 2010 -- Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Regional Development Mladjan Dinkic and Algerian Minister for Water Resources and Co-Chairperson of the joint committee for economic cooperation with Serbia Abdulmalek Sellal stated yesterday that Serbia and Algeria must improve economic cooperation. Dinkic, who is heading a Serbian delegation on a three day visit to Algeria, said during talks that cooperation should be restored to the level at which it was during the 1980s, when as a member of the Non-Aligned Movement, Algeria was one of former Yugoslavia’s top economic partners. Speaking at a meeting, which was also attended by representatives of Algerian and Serbian businesses in the area of water resources, Dinkic stressed that the Serbian delegation’s visit is a great opportunity for Serbian companies to work in Algeria, which is one of the richest North African countries and is planning to start a $150 billion, four year, investment cycle. The Serbian delegation also includes Defence Minister Dragan Sutanovac and Minister of Youth and Sports Snezana Samardzic-Markovic, who met yesterday with their Algerian counterparts. During this visit, Dinkic will meet with Algerian Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia, and he will also have separate meetings with five ministers and the governor. The Serbian business delegation is represented by some 60 representatives of leading Serbian companies. A business forum will be held tomorrow at which businessmen of the two countries will discuss future cooperation. The football national team of Serbia also arrived to Algeria together with the Serbian state delegation and they will play a friendly match with the Algerian national team today.

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    March 3, 2010 -- Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Mladjan Dinkic has stated that there is a great interest in the Algerian market for the products of the timber industry in Serbia, since in the last four years one million apartments have been built in Algeria. We can distribute lot of merchandise here, an not only the agricultural products, stated Dinkic, who is heading the Serbian delegation on visit to Algeria. He met several Algerian ministers to discuss the improvement of the economic cooperation, and the meetings were also attended by representatives of some 60 strongest companies from Serbia. Dinkic underlined that these two countries have traditionally good friendly relations and the goal is to raise them to the level of 1980s, when they had the annual exchange worth half a billion dollars.

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    ALGER, Jeudi 4 Mars 2010 -- La coopération entre l'Algérie et la Serbie évolue positivement et va enregistrer même un "nouveau départ" à la faveur de la visite en Algérie d'une importante délégation d'hommes d'affaires serbes, a déclaré mardi à Alger, le ministre des Ressources en eau, Abdelmalek Sellal. "L'optimisme est de rigueur et la promotion de nos échanges se présente sous de bons signes", a souligné M. Sellal, qui a reçu la délégation serbe conduite par le vice-Premier ministre et ministre serbe de l'économie Mladan Dinkic. Le ministre a saisi l'opportunité de la présence des PDG d'importantes sociétés serbes pour les inciter à nouer des partenariats avec les entreprises algériennes dans le vaste domaine des ressources en eau.

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    March 4, 2010 -- Serbian and Algerian companies will apply for consortiums for infrastructure business in Algeria, Serbian Economy Ministry announced. Economy Minister Mlađan Dinkić said, after talks with Algerian PM Ahmed Oujahi, that Algeria is adopting a five-year plan and will invest as much as 300 billion dollars in infrastructure development. In consortiums with Algerian companies, Serbian companies, which so far have been engaged in projects of minor value, could obtain deals worth hundreds of millions of EUR, he stressed. In talks with the Algerian health minister, it was agreed Serbian pharmaceutical companies should be granted a special status in Algeria and Serbian doctors will be invited to Algeria. During the three-day visit of the Serbian delegation, agreement was reached on the details of the major export contract for Serbian specialized industry in 2010. The delegation included some 60 representatives of leading Serbian companies.

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    ALGER, Vendredi 5 Mars 2010 -- La coopération algéro-serbe dans le domaine médical et pharmaceutique a été au centre d'entretiens, mercredi à Alger, entre le ministre de la Santé, de la Population et de la Réforme hospitalière, Saïd Barkat, et le vice-Premier ministre, ministre de l'Economie et du Développement régional de la Serbie, Mladan Dinkic. Les deux parties ont souligné la nécessité de développer la coopération technique en matière de soins spécialisés et le partenariat dans le domaine de la pharmacie. Le dossier de projet d'accord relatif aux conditions d'emploi de médecins spécialistes serbes, assurant à la fois les soins et la formation en Algérie, a été abordé par les deux parties qui ont mis en exergue l'importance de sa finalisation "rapide", a indiqué M. Barkat.

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