Fabrizi: Serbia and the Balkans on the list of EU priorities


Zorana Mihajlovic, deputy Prime Minister of Serbia, presented to Sem Fabrizi, Head of the EU delegation to Serbia, current infrastructure and railway construction projects, as well as results in the gender equality domain and improvement of status of Roma men and women in Serbia.

Mihajlovic informed Fabrizi of results within the framework of Chapters 14 and 21 – Transport policy and Trans-European networks, her office said in a statement.

“You are heading a very important ministry and we are satisfied with cooperation we have, and we also want it to be more significant since Serbia and the whole of the Balkans are on EU priorities’ list,” EU ambassador Fabrizi said.

He stressed that the European Union has supported and wanted to participate in infrastructure projects aimed at modernisation of Serbia, the statement said.

„All projects are being realised with respect to EU standards. The Ministry I am heading has greatly cooperated with EU delegation in the past years and I look forward to continuing with You our reform policies and modernisation of Serbia,” Mihajlovic said.

Fabrizi stressed that the European Union has followed with particular attention the adoption of Gender Equality Index, since Serbia has been the only non-EU country which has adopted it, welcoming achievements the Coordination Body For Gender Equality has made so far.

„The Law on Gender Equality is important for Brussels and deserves our full attention,” Fabrizi said.



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