BELGRADE – Serbian Prime Minister said Sunday that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) would be satisfied about the economic reforms carried out in Serbia, which he said would “pass” the fourth review of the stand-by arrangement.
Vucic said that two major problems – public administration rationalization and the RTB Bor and Resavica mines – remained, but solutions would be found for them.
He added that Serbia was working together with the World Basnk and the EBRD and expected to “pass” the fourth and even fifth review.
“The fifth (review) arrives in June and whoever may be in the government at that time will have the toughest job on their hands. We will have more obligations to meet even before they start the review. These aren’t easy or popular things to do, but they are making our economy healthier and we will do it,” said Vucic.