Serbia continues to minister to a fortitude of a emigration crisis

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic talked currently with European Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management Christos Stylianides, within a horizon of his revisit to Serbia.

Minister Dacic took a event to demonstrate his thankfulness for a EU support, and a personal rendezvous of Commissioner Stylianides in providing assistance to Serbia for handling a interloper and migrant predicament and ensuring suitable diagnosis of migrants. He removed that a predicament was a common problem, that can't be resolved by any nation alone, and that mutual team-work and a oneness proceed were needed. Dacic voiced wish that a EU would continue to extend support to Serbia, accordingly.

Minister Dacic remarkable that, given a really opening of a crisis, Serbia had demonstrated by a benevolent and obliged movement that it common a values of a European Union in common. He combined that Serbia would sojourn committed to seeking a extensive and concede resolution to a crisis, and continue to make a contribution, as good as assume a share of responsibility.

Commissioner Stylianides underlined that he motionless to revisit Serbia again to demonstrate his support and announce 4 million euro in EU assistance towards a doing of charitable projects focusing on migrants in Serbia. He remarkable that, given 2015, a European Union had been Serbia’s vital donor insofar as puncture assistance.

He underlined that Serbia has valid to be a arguable partner, on a team-work of that a EU could also count in formidable situations. The Commissioner serve underscored that during this revisit he had nonetheless another event to assure himself of a poignant swell done in providing vital conditions for migrants.

In conclusion, Commissioner Stylianides settled that Serbia’s European viewpoint was indisputable, i.e. that Serbia was a partial of Europe and that a European Union and Serbia had a common future.

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