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The Last Day for Registration to E-government Portal Approaching

The Last Day for Registration to E-government Portal Approaching

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We would like to remind you that tomorrow is the final day for legal entities in Serbia to register as users of the e-government portal.

In accordance with the latest amendments to the Law on Companies and the Law on Registration Procedure with the Serbian Business Register Agency (2021), it has become mandatory for all legal entities in Serbia to complete their registration on the e-government portal by 26th May 2023.

This important development aims to streamline and enhance the efficiency of administrative processes for legal entities throughout the country. By registering on the e-government portal, you will gain access to a wide range of digital services and resources that will simplify your interactions with government institutions.

To ensure compliance with the new legal requirements and take advantage of the benefits provided by the e-government portal, we strongly urge all legal entities in Serbia to complete their registration before the deadline. Failure to do so may result in disruptions to your business operations and potential penalties.

To register on the e-government portal, please visit the designated website and follow the provided instructions. You will be required to provide accurate and up-to-date information about your legal entity, including relevant identification documents and contact details. The registration process has been designed to be user-friendly and efficient, ensuring a smooth transition to the digital platform.

Embracing the e-government portal will not only contribute to your operational efficiency but also promote the overall advancement of digital governance in Serbia. By leveraging the benefits of this portal, legal entities can enjoy streamlined administrative procedures, reduced paperwork, and enhanced accessibility to essential services.

By Zivko Simijonovic, Senior Associate, JPM Jankovic Popovic Mitic

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