German foreign minister to arrive in Belgrade next week
Topics of conversation between Baerbock and Serbian officials will be so-called Kosovo and the further course of negotiations under the auspices of the EU, as well as the political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina
German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock will visit Serbia on Friday, March 11. This will be her first official visit to Belgrade and it was previously announced that this is a diplomatic tour in which Baerbock will also visit Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic said recently that the German minister of foreign affairs had announced her visit to Serbia and that in the eeting with her, as well as with officials from countries around the world, he will be sincere and protect Serbia's interests.
He also said that Germany is an important country and our most important and largest partner in Europe.
Along with representatives of the authorities, Baerbock will also meet with representatives of the green coalition "Moramo", Dobrica Veselinovic and Nebojsa Zelenovic.
Topics of conversation between Baerbock and Serbian officials will be so-called Kosovo and the further course of negotiations under the auspices of the EU, as well as the political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Germany will be interested in hearing details regarding Serbia's position on Ukraine, but they will also discuss the upcoming elections and whether conditions for participation of various political actors in the elections are in line with the standards advocated by the European Union.
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