Minister Dacic talks to Norwegian MPs and visits an muster dedicated to a Yugoslav internees killed in WWII

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic, who is on an central revisit to Norway, toured currently a Norwegian Parliament.

The Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence of a Norwegian Parliament played horde to a Serbian Foreign Minister, who was welcomed by a commission of Norwegian MPs, headed by Marit Nybakk.

Norwegian MPs, who are in a routine of deliberation a latest vital request on a destiny directions of Norway’s unfamiliar routine where a Western Balkans facilities as one of Norwegian foreign-policy priorities, were meddlesome to hear how a Serbian side noticed a growth of shared family between Serbia and Norway, and possibilities for Norway to support a routine of informal settlement and of accelerating a EU formation process.

During his debate of a Norwegian Museum of Science Technology, Minister Dacic visited an muster dedicated to a prisoners who were forced to work in SS camps in a assigned Norway, during a Second World War. More than 4,200 Yugoslav internees were taken to Norway underneath duress, in several waves starting from 1942. The prisoners were taken to Norway from thoroughness camps in Jasenovac, Banjica, Sremska Mitrovica, Leskovac and Nis. The Yugoslav prisoners are dedicated a poignant partial of this exhibition.

In a context of a Minister’s revisit to a Museum, he hold a harangue patrician “Serbia’s Place in a Rapidly Changing Europe”, attended by countless member of Norway’s central institutions, experts and members of a tactful corps.

The Minister assessed that a advent of Serbia and a countries of a Western Balkans to a European Union is a vital idea of equal significance to a countries of a segment and to Europe as a whole. The Minister quite underlined that a European joint plan would be successfully dull off usually after a Western Balkans is entirely integrated, notwithstanding all a stream turbulences.

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