Serbia, Bulgaria sign agreement on social insurance.

By bne IntelliNews September 20, 2011
Serbia's Minister of Labour and Social Policy Rasim Ljajic and Bulgaria's Minister of Labour and Social Policy Totyu Mladenov signed an agreement on social insurance between the two countries on Sep 19, according to a note posted on the website of the Serbian government. The agreement, which regulates pensions, disability, health insurance and cases of unemployment and workplace injuries, envisages all rights and payments of compensations to be made in the place of residence of the user. The agreement ensures adequate health protection for workers and citizens of Serbia and Bulgaria, according to Minister Ljajic, and will stimulate the development of overall economic relations between the two countries and encourage investments.

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