Strategic partnership between Serbia and Italy confirmed

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic stated in Rome after the meeting with President of Italy Giorgio Napolitano that the closeness between the two countries was confirmed, as well as Italy’s support to our country for acceleration of the process of European integration.I...

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Strategic partnership between Serbia and Italy confirmed



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 07.11.2012

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic stated in Rome after the meeting with President of Italy Giorgio Napolitano that the closeness between the two countries was confirmed, as well as Italy’s support to our country for acceleration of the process of European integration.
I think that with this visit we reaffirmed once more all the closeness between Serbia and Italy, the Prime Minister stated, adding that strategic partnership is always the main topic of talks with Italian officials. He pointed out that there is a great level of understanding between Serbia and Italy and that Italy is one of the large EU countries which had the most sympathy for all the difficulties Serbia has been facing all these years, and it has always been against putting new conditions before our country. Dacic underscored that in this sense Serbia is greatly indebted to Italy, and that economically relations are very developed and that is why Italy is Serbia’s third largest trade partner. The idea is to additionally increase the volume of foreign trade, he said, adding that a session of the Italian-Serbian Business Council will be held in Belgrade in February next year.
Source: Serbian Government


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