Prime Minister Ana Brnabic is leading Serbia's delegation at the Summit of the Berlin Process on the Western Balkans, which is being held in Berlin on Nov. 3, the Serbian government announced on Nov. 2.
Prime Minister Brnabic will deliver addresses at three working sessions, about "Regional Cooperation and the Common Regional Market," about "Security of Energy Supply and Transformation," and about "Future of the Berlin Process."
She is also scheduled to sign three regional agreements on mobility, reads the statement of the government. The Serbian prime minister will meet with the foreign minister of the United Kingdom, James Cleverly, on the sidelines of the summit. She is also planned to meet with representatives of the Youth Forum and of the Civil Society Forum. A meeting with German businesses is also on the agenda, organized by the Committee for the East of Germany's commerce and the Assembly of German Commerce Chambers.
The Summit of the Berlin Process will be opened by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, while the president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, will participate. The Berlin Process is an initiative that supports regional cooperation in the Western Balkans and supplements the European Union's enlargement policy. It was initiated by Germany at the Summit in Berlin in 2014.