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EU Member States Delegation from Brussels visit Belgrade

A delegation of representatives from the Council of the EU Working Party on Enlargement and Countries Negotiating Accession to the EU (COELA), along with the European Commission and the European External Action Service, visited Belgrade and Novi Sad.


The delegation consisted of 27 representatives from EU Member States, led by the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the EU. During their visit, they met with Serbian President Vucic, Prime Minister Brnabic, State Secretary Ambassador Aleksic from the Foreign Ministry, Minister for EU Integration Miscevic, Minister of Justice Popovic and Minister for Energy and Mining Djedovic. The delegation also met with the Speaker of the Parliament, the Parliament’s Committees on EU Integration and Foreign Affairs, as well as civil society representatives from the National Convention of the European Union. They also visited EU-funded projects.


This visit aimed to foster better mutual understanding and facilitate exchanges of views on key issues relevant to Serbia’s EU path, including justice reform and rule of law, media freedom, alignment with the EU Common Foreign and Security Policy in the context of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, environmental protection, climate change and energy, and the EU-facilitated Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue.

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Source: EU Delegation to Serbia

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