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Official visit of the Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic Robert Fico to the Republic of Serbia

Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic Robert Fico, who led the delegation comprising Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic Miroslav Lajčak, made an official visit to Serbia on January 24th, 2014. During the visit, Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic Robert Fico, met with the President of the Republic of Serbia Tomislav Nikolić, Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Nebojša Stefanović, his host Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dačić and First Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić. The talks were also attended by Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivan Mrkić and Minister of Transport of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Antić.

Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic Robert Fico is the first high official of an EU member state who visited Belgrade following the opening of accession negotiations of the Republic of Serbia with the EU on January 21st, 2014.

During the talks with the highest Serbian officials, the two sides reiterated the existing good relations and the support of the Slovak Republic in the Republic of Serbia’s European integration process and its willingness to transfer experiences gained during its own negotiation process. Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic Robert Fico symbolically handed over the keys to the European Union to Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dačić as a show of support of the Slovak Republic to the Republic of Serbia.

The Serbian side expressed gratitude to the Slovak Republic for its respect of the Republic of Serbia’s territorial integrity and refusal to recognize the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo and Metohija.

It was concluded that the overall relations are good, but that there is room for improvement in the economic cooperation.


MFA Ivan Mrkic writes a thank-you letter to the Foreign Ministers of EU countries

Foreign Minister Ivan Mrkic addressed a letter to the Foreign Ministers of EU Member States thanking them for their cooperation and support of the Republic of Serbia to open its EU accession negotiations on 21 January.

In a letter to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic Lajčak, Minister Mrkić expressed his gratitude for the support to Serbia on its EU path, stressing that Serbia is ready to start negotiations, and it will invest all its energy to fully incorporate EU values into its society and become a reliable partner of the EU.


Presentation of the Letter of Credentials by Ambassador Sani Dermaku to the President of the Slovak Republic Ivan Gasparovic

On November 25, 2013, H.E. Sani Dermaku, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia, presented the Letter of Credentials to H.E. Ivan Gasparovic, President of the Slovak Republic, during the official ceremony at Grassalkovich Palace. During the meeting, it was jointly noted that two countries have traditionally good and friendly relations. President Gasparovic said that Serbia is a key country in the Western Balkans, and reiterated the readiness of Slovakia to give support to Serbia on its way to the EU. Ambassador Dermaku thanked the Slovak Republic for supporting Serbia in its European integration as well as its stance on non recognizing Kosovo's unilaterally declared independence. Ambassador Dermaku added that Serbia sees Slovakia as a close friend.

 


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