Dacic meets officials of largest IT companies
Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic is on a several-day visit to the U.S., where he will meet with officials of the world's largest IT companies.
The purpose of the visit is to present the possibilities of Serbia's IT sector and establish cooperation with major U.S. IT companies in order for Serbia to become a regional center for development of information technologies, the Serbian government office for media relations released in a statement.
While in Seattle, Dacic will meet with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and sign central end-user license agreement and an agreement on servicing of computer software to be used by the state administration in Serbia.
Dacic will also visit San Francisco and meet with the management of Intel, the world's largest chip maker.
The Serbian prime minister will also confer with the management of Cisco, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Amazon, Oracle, Apple and Google Enterprise.
During his visit, Dacic will hold a speech at a seminar on investing in Serbia and branding of the country.