"Serbia belongs in EU, economic progress evident"

Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic on Tuesday met with Christian Hellbach, the German Federal Foreign Office envoy for southeastern Europe.

Source: Tanjug
Christian Hellbach is seen in Belgrade on Tuesday (Tanjug)
Christian Hellbach is seen in Belgrade on Tuesday (Tanjug)

"Serbia's future was in the EU and that it was making significant progress, in particular in the economy," Hellbach said during the meeting.

Vucic and Hellbach discussed Serbia's European integration, regional relations and the common European future.

Vucic briefed Hellbach on the economic reforms conducted by the Serbian government and the business environment, which is changing to cater to the interests of an increasing number of foreign investors.

They also discussed the rule of law, the dialogue with Pristina and regional infrastructure projects, which require EU support.

Serbia's future is in the EU - it is making significant progress, which is very evident, in particular in the economy, Hellbach said.


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"Serbia is Slovenia’s important political and economic partner in the region, and we also see the country as a future counterpart within the EU. After our Belgrade meeting, I expect new impetus for cooperation in various fields, and renewed political incentive for the economy to break into new markets that are in the common interests of both of our countries."

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