Miloš Andrejević on the legal aspects of vaccination on K1 TV

Senior associate Miloš Andrejević was a guest on the UranaK1 on K1 television, where he commented on the possibility of introducing mandatory vaccination for COVID-19, as well as the potential consequences of non-vaccination on the compensation of salary of employees in the public sector during possible sick leave due to coronavirus.

The whole broadcast can be seen below.

White Book 2020 Launch

Foreign Investors Council presented the White Book 2020 to the highest Government officials and marked its 18th anniversary on 19 November 2020.

This year, numerous representatives of state bodies, embassies, and the stakeholder community could follow the ceremony via an online platform.

BD2P’s team members once again participated in drafting the relevant sections of the White Book as they are also active participants in many specialized committees of the Foreign Investors Council.

The online conference was opened with an introductory address by FIC President and Telenor CEO Mike Michel, followed by Editor-in-Chief Miroljub Labus, Head of EU Delegation in Serbia Sem Fabrizi, and Prime Minister Ana Brnabić.

The White Book is the major product by which, for more than a decade, FIC gives recommendations aimed at supporting economic growth and better living standard of Serbian citizens.

The complete publication of the White Book 2020 can be downloaded via the FIC website in both English and Serbian language.

The Latest Newsletter: Amendments to the Law on Planning and Construction

On May 24th 2021, Assembly of theRepublic of Serbia adopted Amendments to the Law on Planning and Construction (hereinafter: the "Amended Law"). 

The goal of the adopted changes is to reduce the number of buildings for which a construction permit has been issued, but which lack use permit, as well as to "unlock" certain locations that are suitable for the development of construction projects, but whose urbanistic purpose has not yet been regulated by the relevant urban planning documents.

To read the whole newsletter please follow this link.

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