First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic received today a group of students from the Yale School of Management (US), who, within their studytour of the region, are visiting Serbia from 15 to 20 March.
On this occasion, Minister Dacic greeted thestudents from the Yale School of Management, thanked them for their interest in our country, as well as for their wish to learn firsthandmore about Serbia and its potential. At the same time, he introduced the students to the most important foreign policy priorities of Serbia, to its place and role in the region of the Western Balkans.
Assistant Foreign Minister for the European Union, Dr Marina Jovicevic held a lecture themed: “Serbia on its way to the EU”, emphasizing that the Government of the Republic of Serbia had set European integration as one of itsmajor foreign policy goals. She pointed out that the entire process of creating and promoting contractual relations with the European Union added up to fulfilling political and other conditions for a smooth EU-accession process, including the creation and promotion of regional cooperation between the countries of the Western Balkans.
The first study visit of master’s degree students at the Yale School of Management was realised by the Diplomatic Academy, on the initiative from Dr Ivana Katic, a Professor at this prestigious School, and the Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia.
Within theiritinerary, a meeting with Serbian Minister of Finance Prof Dr DusanVujovicwas organised, as well as a visit to different industrial companies and private firms in Serbia.