Slovenian Foreign Minister Anze Logar has said in Ljubljana that the Western Balkans will be one of Slovenia's priorities during that country's holding of the EU Council's presidency.
After meeting with his Serbian counterpart Nikola Selakovic, Logar told the press that during his country's mandate a EU-Western Balkans summit will be organized to „address numerous issues,“ the STA news agency reported in the evening on May 25.
Logar expressed his hope that during Slovenia's term progress in the Western Balkans' EU perspective would be made through a dialogue on all open matters.
Ha also said that his Serbian counterpart had acquainted him with the reform processes in Serbia, and offered Slovenia's assistance to Serbia on its path toward EU membership.
Selakovic and Logar had agreed that both countries will recognize each other's covid certificates. According to Selakovic, this will allow the citizens of both countries to freely travel to Serbia and Slovenia.