First turn of spontaneous domestic consultations between a European External Action Service and a Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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The initial turn of spontaneous domestic consultations between a European External Action Service (EEAS) and a Ministry of Foreign Affairs was hold currently in Belgrade.

The EEAS commission was headed by Deputy Secretary General for Political Affairs of a European External Action Service Jean-Christophe Belliard, and a commission of a Foreign Ministry was led by Ambassador Zoran Vujic, Political Director of a Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

In Jan 2017, corner domestic consultations of a EEAS and member from a Western Balkans Foreign Ministries were hold in Brussels, though these were a initial shared consultations of a kind a EEAS had in a region.

They exchanged views on a pivotal unfamiliar routine topics of mutual interest. The dual sides concluded that a approach and straightforward sell of views was really important, holding into comment a countless stream developments worldwide and a really tighten unfamiliar routine team-work between Serbia and a EU, and quite overdue to a fact that a Republic of Serbia was a claimant nation for EU membership in a routine of advent talks, and that, in this context, a bulletin also enclosed issues concerning a Common Foreign, Security and Defence Policy (CFSDP), quite per a on-going fixing of Serbia’s positions with those of a EU.

Minister Dacic took this event for a brief pleasantness call on him by Mr. Jean-Christophe Belliard, conveying his expectations that this form of discourse between a dual sides would safeguard a aloft turn of mutual bargain concerning a positions of possibly side, continued graduation of team-work and minister to a serve swell of Serbia’s negotiating process, holding into comment a significance of Serbia’s unfamiliar routine activity and rendezvous in a routine of European integration.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/17089-first-round-of-informal-political-consultations-between-the-european-external-action-service-and-the-ministry-of-foreign-affairs