Vucic meets with ambassadors of Quint countries

President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić met earlier today with the Ambassadors of the Quint – the United States, Great Britain, France, Italy and Germany, as well as with the Head of the European Union Delegation to Serbia, to discuss Serbia’s European integration, upcoming elections and the situation in the region.

They agreed that it is essential for the elections to be held in a good electoral atmosphere and that all parties have a fair campaign, as well as that voters be motivated for the highest turnout possible.

The topic of discussion was also last week’s video conference meeting of the EU and Western Balkans, as well as the stalemate in the dialogue with Priština, the rule of law and the situation in the region. 

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In an open and constructive conversation, Vucic underlined that we should strive towards good neighbourly relations to fully stabilise the political situation in the region.

The Ambassadors of the Quint and the Head of the EU Delegation expressed satisfaction with the fight against the infectious disease COVID-19.

President Vučić thanked the EU and the USA for the support we received during the pandemic and briefed the ambassadors about the economic situation and the economic recovery programme after the pandemic.

“Serbia has friends who believe in its European future,” wrote the American ambassador to Serbia, Anthony Godfrey on Twitter after the meeting.

“We are ready to help you to cross the finish line,” added Godfrey, who thanked the President of Serbia for the meeting.

(Voice of America, 21.05.2020)

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