The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, Ivica Dacic, met in Brussels with the head of diplomacy of the European Union, after having met with the special envoy of the Union for the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, Miroslav Lajcak and with members of the European Parliament . All shortly after Germany publicly said that it would only accept supporting Serbia’s entry into the European Union if Belgrade accepts recognizing Kosovo’s independence – effective since 2008 and which, curiously, Borrell’s country of origin, Spain, does not recognize either. .

In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia explained that Dacic reiterated the position that membership of the European Union remains one of Serbia’s strategic objectives and one of the main priorities of foreign policy.

The minister noted that Serbia remains fully committed to the process of reform and improvement of all spheres of society – following the ‘advice’ of the European Union to achieve an alignment that allows it to enter the bloc – as well as the development of regional cooperation.

Dacic spoke with Green deputy and permanent rapporteur for Kosovo in the European Parliament, Viola von Kramon, and with MEPs Demetris Papadakis and Matjaz Nemec, among other personalities.

With regard to progress on the European path, Members of Parliament positively assessed the reform process and the measures taken by the Serbian government to harmonize its visa policy with the Union, but also called for greater harmonization of foreign and security policy . It is because Serbia, in addition to insisting on not recognizing Kosovo, has also had difficulties in aligning itself with the policy of confrontation with Russia. By the way, Serbia did not agree to impose sanctions on Moscow after the invasion of Ukraine.

The European Parliament’s latest report on Serbia repeatedly regrets that the country has not imposed sanctions on Russia, reminding Belgrade that, as a candidate country for membership, it must adhere to the bloc’s principles and policies, particularly in external terms.

Dacic, said Serbia has no problem harmonizing EU policies in the part that does not harm its national interests. Or, to put it another way, the question of Russia is not as simple as it might seem.

As for the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, Dacic reiterated that Serbia condemns any violation of international law, but regretted that some European officials insist on the need to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity, which Serbia unequivocally supports, but which in its case is not supported. Or put another way: nothing indicates that Serbia will recognize Kosovo.


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