Quint ambassadors:”Rule of law and freedom of media fundamental for Serbia becoming an EU member”

Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic wrote on his Instagram account he spent a pleasant afternoon with the Quinta countries’ ambassadors and the European Union top diplomat in Belgrade, and added they all supported the resumption of the Belgrade – Pristina dialogue on the normalisation of relations, N1 reported on Monday.

Vucic talked with the ambassador of the US, Antony Godfrey, France’s Jean Lui Falcone, Italy’s Carlo Lo Cascio, Germany’s Thomas Schieb, the UK deputy envoy Rebecca Fabrizi and the head of the EU Delegation in Serbia Sem Fabrizi.

Later, Vucic’s office said in a statement that the interlocutors “exchanged views on the current issues like the Belgrade – Pristina dialogue, Serbia’s European path and consultations about new country’s government Vucic held with the parliamentary parties.

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“Quint’s ambassadors and Fabrizi said the respect of the rule of law especially the right to assemble and media freedom were essential for Serbia’s road to the EU,” the statement said.

It added the diplomats welcomed Vucic’s intention to form an inclusive government with a clear mandate to lead the country towards the EU.

Vucic thanked the EU for its aid to Serbia during the coronavirus pandemic and the economic recovery afterwards, adding he was grateful to the non-EU member countries like the US and the UK for their help as well.  

(Nedeljnik, 20.07.2020)

https://www.nedeljnik.rs/ambasadori-kvinte-sa-vucicem-vladavina-prava-slobodno-okupljanja-i-sloboda-medija-sustinski-znacajni-za-srbiju-u-eu/

 

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