Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said on Tuesday EU’s enlargement strategy for the Western Balkans “considers Serbia as a leader.”
According to her remarks published by the Serbian Government, Brnabic also “noted that Serbia will continue to implement reforms faster, while regional cooperation will still be a priority.”
Brnabic also told reporters in the Serbian Government that an important message was sent today that recognizing individual results is important.
“Serbia should be satisfied today. We are proud and happy because our country is recognized as a leader. We worked hard to achieve this, and we will have to work much more in weeks, months and years to come,” she said.
Brnabic said that Serbia “needs to work every day to join the European family of nations” and noted that the document “suggests a greater presence of the EU in the form of new and positive initiatives.”
She stated that the strategy clearly shows that the EU will launch six sectoral initiatives aimed at strengthening cooperation and additional financing and technical support from the EU.
The PM Brnabic noted that they concern the strengthening of the rule of law, engaging in the security sector and migration, supporting socio-economic development, increasing infrastructure connectivity, digital agenda and supporting reconciliation and good neighborly relations.
She stressed that cooperation in the region will remain one of the priorities, while Serbia continues to show how committed it is.
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