Italy’s continued support to Serbia on a trail to a EU

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met currently with a Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of a Italian Republic, Mr. Angelino Alfano, who is visiting a Republic of Serbia.

Both officials remarkable a high turn of shared relations, characterized by an strong domestic dialogue, rarely grown mercantile team-work and by vast Italian investments in Serbia. They also assessed that a Governments of a Republic of Serbia and a Italian Republic would reason their corner event by a finish of a year. Both sides voiced an seductiveness in stability a trilateral team-work during a turn of Foreign Ministers between Serbia, Italy and Albania.

Particular significance was placed in a talks on a stream Italian Chair of a Berlin Process and on a preparations for a EU-Western Balkans Summit to take place in Trieste on 12 July.

Minister Dacic extended special thankfulness to Italy for a continued support offering to Serbia on a EU path, stressing a significance of a Italian joining concerning a proceed to a South East Europe region, as also reflected in a rendezvous and activities associated to a Berlin Process Chair this year.

Minister Alfano underlined that Italy would continue to support Serbia on a European trail in a destiny as that was where Serbia naturally belonged, and he commended a reforms undertaken and formula achieved by Serbia in European formation processes.

Minister Alfano extended an invitation to Minister Dacic for a lapse revisit to a Italian Republic.

Ministers Dacic and Alfano sealed a Memorandum of Cooperation between a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia and a MFA of a Italian Republic in a margin of bi-lingual Serbo-Italian classes in a Republic of Serbia. It was jointly assessed that a signing of this shared request was nonetheless another step brazen in a informative and educational team-work and truce between a Italian Republic and Serbia.

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