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Serbia Expects Tangible Benefits from Hungary’s EU Presidency

Source: Beta
News / Politics | 10.07.24 | access_time 13:23

Marko Djuric (Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Now that Hungary has assumed presidency of the EU Council, official Belgrade expects that relevant political structures within the Union will renew their focus on assimilating the Western Balkans, Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Marko Djuric said on July 10.

“Maintaining peace and stability in the region are mandatory prerequisites for its further political, economic and any other kind of development,” Djuric stressed, adding that Serbia will continue to be a constructive partner which encourages and contributes to the realization of this common goal.

The statement was made on the margins of the ongoing NATO Summit in Washington, D.C., where Djuric also had the opportunity to meet with his Hungarian counterpart, Peter Szijjarto.

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