On February 25, FIC and German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK) approached the Government with the request to resolve the technical issues foreigners face related to the e-invoicing. It is of key importance to resolve the issue quickly as the Law is planned to start being implemented from May this year. More concretely, foreigners who are legal representatives cannot identify themselves on the website e-ID to gain access e-invoicing, although they have the qualified e-certificate issued in Serbia. When this issue was addressed to the E-Government Office, it was suggested that the companies should name Serbian residents as legal representatives. However, this is not required by Serbian laws, and is proposed as a solution for mere technical problems. In addition, this would impose a burden to companies, and would have implications in the areas of tax and labour. The solution suggested by FIC and AHK is therefore to extend the list of activities that is possible with the electronic certificate to include the signature of financial reports and access to e-invoicing portal. The letter sent to the E-Government Office, Prime Minister Office, Finance Ministry and Ministry of Trade and Telecommunications can be accessed here.