In meeting with German diplomat, Brnabic voices concern over pressure on returnees to Kosovo
Speaking about the situation in the region, the prime minister stressed that Serbia is committed to the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, which is important for the stability of the entire region
Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia Ana Brnabic spoke today with State Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany Miguel Berger about improving bilateral relations between the two countries, the reform process in Serbia, its European integration, and improving cooperation in the Western Balkans.
European integration is a strategic goal and a key priority to Serbia, the prime minister pointed out and added that she expects that two more clusters will be opened during the Slovenian presidency of the Council of the European Union, which would be a positive signal for our country, validating the reform steps taken by Serbia so far.
She stressed that Germany's support in the reform process and European integration is of exceptional importance for Serbia.
When it comes to the rule of law, she explained that this area is one of the key priorities of the Government of Serbia and that the government has previously demonstrated its commitment to further implementation of reforms, so that the judiciary and its institutions are responsible, efficient and independent.
Speaking about the situation in the region, the prime minister stressed that Serbia is committed to the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, which is important for the stability of the entire region, but added that there are great concerns about the current situation and Pristina's latest pressure on Serb returnees.
The representative of the German foreign ministry stressed the importance of the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina and stated that Germany would continue to provide full support to this process, in order to find a constructive solution.
Miguel Berger pointed out that Germany is already noting the positive steps that Serbia is taking in fundamental areas, but also that the continuation of reforms, which require, above all, time and commitment, will bring key benefits to Serbian citizens. He stressed that Germany will continue to provide full support to Serbia on its European path.
When it comes to cooperation in the region, the important role and contribution of Germany to the improvement of cooperation in the Western Balkans region, primarily through the "Berlin Process" initiative, was emphasized during the meeting.
The prime minister stressed Serbia's commitment to the creation of the Common Regional Market and the importance we attach to initiatives aimed at strengthening stability, prosperity and economic integration in the region.
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