Deputy Head of the EU Delegation Oskar Benedikt called on young people in Serbia to take an active part during their country's EU accession process. Addressing the participants of “Youth and European Integration” Info Day, held at the Centre for the Promotion of Science, Benedikt said that European Union enabled its citizens to move and find employment freely which were among the advantages taken mostly by young people.
Reconstruction of 11.5 kilometres of road between Krupanj and Korenita, damaged during the May 2014 floods, will be funded with 4.5 million euros, a grant allocated by the European Union through EU Assistance for Flood Relief in Serbia Programme. The construction process commenced last week and will be carried out in stages until June 2015, and will include landslides recovery, regulation of riverbanks of the Kostanicka River, reconstruction of bridges and ducts, establishment of drainage system, as well as roadway renovation.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker announced on Wednesday a 315 billion euros investment plan for Europe aimed at getting Europe growing again and get more people back to work.