Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte to officially visit Serbia on 6th March

Italian Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte will come for an official visit to Belgrade on 6th March.

Following a meeting between the Italian Ambassador to Serbia, Carlo Lo Cascio and the Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, the Serbian President’s office issued a statement in which they state that the two sides expressed their satisfaction with the state of bilateral relations between Italy and Serbia and that the visit of Prime Minister Conte was seen as a sign of “good relations between the two countries and as an opportunity for strengthening the economic cooperation”.

Ambassador Lo Cascio – as reported by the Presidency’s communiqué in Belgrade – pointed out that the visit of Prime Minister Conte would mark a “new phase of the political dialogue between Italy and Serbia”, and that immediately after this visit, President Vucic would start planning his visit to Italy, demonstrating the authentic partnership between the two countries.

As Ambassador Lo Cascio says, Prime Minister Conte’s visit “shows how much Italy supports the European perspective of Serbia and the whole region”. In the conversation with Vucic, according to the Presidency’s communiqué, the two officials also discussed the process of European integration of Serbia and the problems linked to the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina.

(ANSAMed, 25.02.2019)

 

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