Dialogue between Serbia’s Prime Minister Ivica Dačić and Kosovo`s Prime Minister Hashim Thaçi will be continued on 27 January in Brussels and it will be facilitated by High Representative of the European Union Catherine Ashton, her spokesperson Maja Kocijančič announced.
Dacic pointed out that the progress report for Serbia that will be presented to the European Parliament on 16 January by Kacin will be the most positive so far. Kacin announced calling on Germany to declare Serbia a “safe country of origin”, so the procedure referring to returning false asylum seekers would not last long.
The High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice President of the Commission, issued the following statement today:
Remarks at the opening of Belgrade Book Fair by HE Ambassador Michael Davenport, Head of EU delegation to Serbia
Belgrade, 20 October 2013
Presenting the annual Enlargement Package, Commissioner Štefan Füle said: “Enlargement is a process in the making and despite the economic crisis it is a good policy – it constitutes part of the solution. Enlargement continues to be one of the most effective EU policies…”.
The European Union’s Nobel Peace prize money will fund four projects under the EU Children of Peace initiative and details of the projects were announced today by Jose Manuel Barroso, the President of the European Commission.
It is important to open the debate on the Nobel Peace Prize not only in the European Union but in Serbia too, as it is very important country for the EU, the Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia, ambassador Vincent Degert said on December 10th, opening the debate “EU as (un)finished project: Nobel Peace Award – Prize or Consolation”.