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November 25, 2020

Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia quadrilateral summit on Tuesday at Victoria Palace of Gov’t

A Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia quadrilateral summit will take place on Tuesday at the Victoria Palace of Government, with talks due to focus on regional interconnection projects, the stage of Serbia’s EU accession and the European outlooks of the entire region, the government said in a release.

According to the cited source, Premier Viorica Dancila will hold consultations with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Greek Premier Alexis Tsipras and Bulgarian Premier Boyko Borisov. The four officials will deliver joint press statements at the end of the event.

This is the third meeting that joins the Romanian, Bulgarian and Greek heads of government and the President of Serbia, after the previous two in the same format held in October 2017 in Varna, and in December 2017 in Belgrade, respectively, the release states.

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