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Ederer, Dačić: Serbia most important partner of Germany in region

Meeting of Ederer and Dačić in Belgrade; Photo: Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
BELGRADE – Serbian Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić and State Secretary at the German Federal Foreign Office Markus Ederer agreed Tuesday that the bilateral relations between the two countries are very good and that they are characterized by intensive cooperation in all fields, Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated.

At the meeting organized on the margins of the ISAC Fund’s conference “Deepening of the EU’s Security and Defence Cooperation in a Multi-Speed EUrope”, it was noted that these relations are also characterized by regular high-level dialogue and constant improvement trend.

An important segment in the relations between Serbia and Germany is economic cooperation, which is very good with the potential for further development and the tendency of growth of foreign trade.

Dačić expressed gratitude for the support and help of Germany in the process of European integration of Serbia, as well as the hope that that country will continue to advocate a proper valorisation of Serbia’s reform efforts by the EU.

Ederer underlined that bilateral relations with Serbia are of great importance for Germany because Germany considers Serbia its most important partner in the region.

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