Minister Dacic in talks with President of a Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in a European Parliament

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met currently in Brussels with a President of a Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in a European Parliament, Mr. Gianni Pittella.

The Head of Serbian tact voiced wish that a countries of a European Union would commend a domestic and mercantile remodel processes being carried out by a Serbian Government, as good as efforts invested by Serbia in a discourse with Pristina, and that they would, by opening new negotiating chapters, support Serbia’s swell on a European path.

The President of a amicable democrat domestic group, a second largest according to a series of seats in a European Parliament where he represents Italy, conveyed to a Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister a support of a Italian Government and remarkable that both his nation and a European Parliament followed with good seductiveness a confidant reforms being implemented by a Serbian Government.

Mr. Pittella stressed that Serbia’s membership was of good domestic and mercantile significance for a EU. He underlined that he would, both in a European Parliament and in contacts with his colleagues from Germany and other countries, disciple accelerating a gait of opening negotiating chapters.

The Serbian Foreign Minister voiced his thankfulness for a support Italy had been fluctuating to a country, saying that Italy was among a many critical partners of Serbia, and remarkable that it was pivotal to emanate a improved business sourroundings for new Italian and other investments.

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