Foreign Minister Titus Corlatean attended, yesterday, in Brussels, the first intergovernmental conference on Serbia’s accession to the EU, informs a release the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE), quoted by Agerpres. ‘The chief diplomat conveyed a clear and powerful message referring to Romania’s support for the European prospect of Serbia as well as for the entire process of the European Union enlargement to the states in the neighborhood of the Union, which have the will and capability to meet the accession criteria. … Titus Corlatean reiterated the European Union’s firm pledge to the European future of the countries in its neighborhood,’ said the MAE release. According to the above-mentioned source, Corlatean also emphasized the fact that Romania planned to contribute to the aim of ensuring stability, dialogue and cooperation in the region through an agenda of actions and projects for the advancement of the enlargement process and for supporting the efforts of modernizing the countries in the area. According to MAE, Germany, France, Austria, Hungary and Croatia were also represented at a ministerial level at the intergovernmental conference, whereas Serbia was represented by a top-level delegation headed by Premier Ivica Dacic.