Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic is visiting Brussels on Jan. 25, where she will attend a Stabilization and Association Council meeting of the EU and Serbia and meet with a number of EU officials.
Brnabic will talk with top EU officials – President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, European Council President Charles Michel and newly elected European Parliament President Roberta Metsola, according to a release from the Serbian government.
Brnabic will have separate meetings with EU High Representative Josep Borrell, Neighborhood and Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi, Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders, European Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans, and the chair of the European Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee, David McAllister.
European Integration Minister Jadranka Joksimovic is also in Brussels, it is said in the release. According to earlier announcements, the sixth Stabilization and Association Council meeting will discuss Serbia’s accession process and relations between the EU and Serbia, while the participants will exchange views on the situation in the Western Balkans.
Last week, Brnabic said that in meetings with EU officials in Brussels, she would also discuss Pristina’s decision to ban Serbs from voting in Kosovo in Serbian national referendum on constitutional changes, held on Jan. 16. Brnabic also said that in meetings with EU officials, she would underline “major consequences” of Pristina’s decision.