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Serbia remains committed to European path

At the meeting, which was attended by First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Siniša Mali, Minister of Mining and Energy Dubravka Đedović Handanović and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesić, Miščević emphasized the necessity of speeding up the European integration process.

She informed the Commissioner that the Government is working intensively on the preparation of the reform agenda that will soon be adopted, and at the same time expressed her gratitude for the support and assistance that Serbia continuously receives from the EU and its members for the implementation of important infrastructure projects.

Mali pointed out that through all previous reforms and commitment to further reforming every segment of society, Serbia has shown its determination to stay on the European path and join the single European market.

Đedović Handanović pointed out that Serbia has a clear plan for the necessary investments in the energy sector, which are also defined in strategic documents, first of all, the starting points for the development of energy infrastructure and energy efficiency measures until 2028 with projections until 2030.

Vesić expressed his gratitude to Várhelyi for his commitment to the European integration of Serbia and the region during his four-year mandate, stressing that the EU is Serbia’s most important partner, given the enormous financial support for the transport sector.

Commissioner Várhelyi congratulated the ministers on their appointment and expressed the hope that Serbia remains committed to its European path, encouraging the new government to take advantage of the current momentum of enlargement and implement the necessary reforms, with the support of the European Union.