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SAPC delegation in Serbia

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BELGRADE – The effects of Serbia’s economic measures are being felt in the country, Serbian PM Ana Brnabić said Wednesday, adding that continued reforms and economic stability were the goals for 2018.

Brnabic was meeting with a delegation of the European Parliament’s EU-Serbia Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee (SAPC), headed by MEP Eduard Kukan.

Continued work on infrastructure projects and reforms of the state administration and the education system will be the government’s priorities for next year, Brnabić said.

The meeting also addressed topics such as the judicial reform and protection of fundamental rights and freedoms, including media freedom.

Brnabić informed the delegation the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue on normalisation of relations was continuing but that Serbia was still not satisfied with Pristina’s implementation of agreements.

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