“I am glad to be here, and I will try to help Serbian citizens to resolve the national economy problems; I am aware that it will not be easy,” Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former International Monetary Fund Director, who has agreed to advise the Serbian government, told a news conference in Belgrade on September 17 2013.
He said he will work pro bono for three months. Strauss-Kahn has accepted the post because he loves Serbia, he said.
“The global economy is not working well. The Serbian economy is in serious trouble, but I believe we can resolve it and make a success. I don’t have magic wand, but I think it is possible for the government to reach certain results,” Strauss-Kahn emphasised.
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