Ambassador Filipovic spoke with Admiral Michelle Howard

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Acting Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Security Policy, Ambassador Branimir Filipovic spoke currently with Admiral Michelle Howard, NATO Commander of Allied Joint Force Command in Naples.

During a assembly they exchanged views on a conditions in a segment and on that arise a joining of a Republic of Serbia to informal team-work was confirmed, with a aim of preserving assent and stability, as good as serve alleviation of a mercantile growth of a whole region.

Both sides voiced their compensation with a turn and dynamics of a growth of a team-work between a Republic of Serbia and NATO.

Ambassador Filipovic emphasized that Serbia was implementing a process of troops neutrality, but aspirations towards NATO membership or any other troops alliance. He forked out a successful team-work between a Serbian Armed Forces and KFOR, underlining that a unmodified participation of KFOR in a southern range was really critical for guaranteeing a confidence and presence of a Serbian village in Kosovo and Metohija and for preserving a informative and eremite heritage.

Both sides assessed that domestic discourse during a top municipal and troops turn was intense, as good as a unsentimental team-work in many areas, that was realized, in a mutual interest, within a Partnership for Peace programme.

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