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Name: AGREEMENT ON THE ENERGY COMMUNITY FOR SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE (EN)
DATE: 25 October, 2005 Format i size: PDF / 5.4 MB Download document
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The Agreement establishing the Energy Community of South Eastern Europe was signed on 25 October 2005 in Athens by representatives of Serbia and Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Romania, Albania and the Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo. This Agreement defined the electric energy and natural gas market.
A united, stable and regulatory framework for cross-border trade of energy had thus been created because the signatory countries accepted the valid general rules in the energy sector relating to environmental protection and competition. The Energy Community of this part of Europe spans a market of over 150 million people, which will, in the next 15 years, see the investments exceeding 21 billion euro. When the Energy Community of South Eastern Europe (ECSEE) formally joins the EU, the third largest energy community after OPEC and IAEA shall be created.


Name: SERBIAN AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (available only in SR)
DATE: August, 2005 Format i size: DOC / 173 kB Download document
Author: GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
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This Strategy is the result of joint work of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, number of local experts, representatives of producers and processors, professional services and international experts who have through the project of the European Agency for Reconstruction, provided the vision which way to go in order to achieve long-term goal of prosperity and efficiency in the agricultural sector and rural areas.


Name: SERBIAN ENERGY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY UNTIL 2015 (available only in SR)
DATE: May, 2005 Format i size: DOC / 290 kB Download document
Author: MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINING OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
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The document “Serbian energy development strategy until 2015” is made with the intention to recommend to the Government/Parliament of the Republic of Serbia to adopt, according to the Energy Law, the basic objectives of the new energy policy, to determine priority directions of development in the energy sectors and to grant a program of making appropriate instruments to enable the implementation of key priorities in the work, operations and the development of the whole energy system (in the sectors of energy production and consumption) in Serbia. The basic premise of the choice of objectives, setting priorities and appropriate instruments is based on the country's political commitment to the rational development of the whole energy alignment with business and economic development of the country and its inclusion in European integration.



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