Source: eKapija | Tuesday, 26.10.2021.| 14:59
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Serbia to Form Electronic Database of International Contracts

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The minister of foreign affairs, Nikola Selakovic, the minister of justice, Maja Popovic, and the director of the Judicial Academy, Nenad Vujic, have signed a protocol of cooperation of these institutions, which envisages the forming of an electronic database of international contracts, the government has announced.

Selakovic pointed out that, with the signing of the protocol, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia continued the process of the digitization of its operations, which started with the implementation of eKonzulat, which enables an easier obtaining of D-type working permits for foreign nationals and an electronic scheduling of consular services.

The head of the Serbian diplomacy explained that, by digitizing the database of all international contracts, with Serbia as a signatory party, the operations of judges and prosecutors, but also the employees at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, would be made easier.

According to him, the ministry will continue the process of digitization in order to have the activities carried out as efficiently as possible, both within the ministry and in the diplomatic-consular representations of Serbia.

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