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February 26, 2021

Romanian, Italian, Serbian FMs meet in Belgrade

Romanian Foreign Minister Cristian Diaconescu met his counterparts from Italy, Franco Frattini and from Serbia, Vuk Jeremic, in Belgrade yesterday for a trilateral diplomacy meeting focusing on issues of regional and international concern, according to a press release from the Foreign Ministry. Talks focused on Serbia’s European Union integration prospects, but also on economic cooperation in the context of the international financial crisis, regional political situations and cooperation within regional initiatives.

Diaconescu was also set to reiterate Romania’s willingness of supporting Serbia’s European efforts, along with those of Western Balkan states. Ahead of the visit, Frattini was also quoted as saying by the Serbian media, “I strongly believe that the EU should recognize and accept positive signals received from Serbia over the past months and that it should crown Serbian efforts with the status of an EU member candidate.” The Romanian delegation also voiced support for joint regional projects in the fields of energy, transport and infrastructure.

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