BELGRADE, October 25. / TASS /. Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic presented the composition of the new Cabinet of Ministers to the public. The presentation of the members of the new government took place on Sunday during a joint address to the people of Ana Brnabic and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
“There are a few unclear things, but I’ll give you a list with which I am going to parliament. We have 21 ministries, and one or two ministers without a portfolio. 11 ministers in the government are women, which is close to 50%. The government will have new energy, it will be ready for new challenges, "Brnabic said.
According to the prime minister, the Serbian Foreign Ministry will be headed by Nikola Selakovic, who previously headed the presidential administration, the Ministry of Internal Affairs – ex-Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin, and the Defense Ministry – former Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic.
The new government includes Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Tatiana Matic, Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Tomislav Momirovic, Minister of Finance Sinisha Mali, Minister of Economy Andjelka Atanaskovic, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Branislav Nedimovic, Minister of Environment Irena Vujovic, Minister of Mines and Energy Zorana Mikhailovic, Minister of Justice Maya Popovic, Minister of State and Local Government Maria Obradovic, Minister of European Integrations Jadranka Joksimovic, Minister of Health Zlatibor Loncar, Minister of Labor, Employment, Veterans Affairs and Social Affairs Daria Kisic-Tepavcevic , Minister of Youth and Sports Vanya Udovich, Minister of Culture and Media, ex-Speaker of Parliament Maya Gojkovic.
Three departments appeared in the cabinet that were not in the old government: the Ministry of Human Rights, Minority Rights, Gender Equality and Public Dialogue (Gordana Chomich), the Ministry of Family Care and Demography (Ratko Dmitrovic), and the Ministry of Rural Care (Milan Krkobabic).
Work continues on the appointment of ministers without a portfolio and a number of deputy ministers.