Vučić, Mikser: Priorities for Serbia membership in EU, regional stability

Aleksandar Vučić and Sven Mikser; Photo: Tanjug/Rade Prelic
BELGRADE – Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić met today with Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia Sven Mikser, with whom he discussed Serbia’s European path, bilateral relations between the two countries and relations in the region, Serbian Government stated.

Vučić said that the priority for Serbia is EU membership, as well as the stability of the Western Balkans.

Mikser congratulated the Prime Minister victory in the presidential election and stressed that progress on the EU path is very important for the stability of the entire region.

Membership in the EU is good for the citizens of each country, it is good for attracting investment and for economic exchange with other member states. Estonia will during its presidency in the second half of 2017 continue to support Serbia’s European integration, he said.

Vučić informed the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia about the economic reforms in Serbia, which led to the stabilisation of the business environment and favourable investment climate.

He stressed the importance of the free trade agreements CEFTA, EFTA, agreements with Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Turkey, as well as opportunities for export of goods to the markets of these countries.