Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic perceived currently a commission of a NATO Parliamentary Assembly’s Economics and Security Committee (ESC).
The commission was led by Mr. Neemo Knip, Chairman of a Sub-Committee on Transition and Development (ESCTD), while a commission members also enclosed President of a NATO Parliamentary Assembly Palo Ali and distinguished representatives from a Member and Partner countries.
In a meeting, topics of critical significance to a Republic of Serbia were discussed. Minister Dacic briefed his interlocutors on a control of a country’s European formation process, informal team-work and on a family with a Russian Federation and a People’s Republic of China.
On a team-work between a Republic of Serbia and NATO, a Serbian FM sensitive a NATO PA commission that Serbia followed a process of troops neutrality, that it had no aspirations to turn a Member of a North Atlantic Alliance or of any other troops covenant organization, while a team-work with NATO was successfully confirmed by a Partnership for Peace (PfP) program. He also forked out that Serbia had successful team-work with KFOR, in that context an undivided participation of KFOR in a southern range was intensely critical for progressing confidence and ensuring a presence of Serb and other non-Albanian communities in Kosovo and Metohija.
Serbia’s Foreign Minister underscored a joining of a Republic of Serbia to informal team-work with a aim of preserving fortitude and a altogether mercantile growth of a segment as a whole.