Ljajic: No one wants trade war,we are forced to take countermeasures

No one wants a trade war, but countries in the region will be forced to take countermeasures unless the issue resulting from an increase in Croatian phytosanitary inspection fees is resolved by the next meeting, which should take place by the end of the week, says Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic.

07 Avgust 2017 17:26

SARAJEVO - No one wants a trade war, but countries in the region will be forced to take countermeasures unless the issue resulting from an increase in Croatian phytosanitary inspection fees is resolved by the next meeting, which should take place by the end of the week, Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic said in Sarajevo Monday.

"We appealed for a week to official Croatian institutions that the decision, which we said was discriminatory, be reconsidered," Ljajic said.

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