Austria will advocate giving Serbia the date for the start of accession negotiations without setting new conditions

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic said in Vienna that the agreement between Belgrade and Pristina reached in Brussels is an opportunity that should on no account be missed and that should be used for a new positioning of our country and for changing Serbia’s image in...

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Austria will advocate giving Serbia the date for the start of accession negotiations without setting new conditions



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 07.05.2013

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic said in Vienna that the agreement between Belgrade and Pristina reached in Brussels is an opportunity that should on no account be missed and that should be used for a new positioning of our country and for changing Serbia’s image in the world.Speaking at a joint press conference after the meeting with Vice Chancellor and Foreign Minister of Austria Michael Spindelegger, Dacic conveyed a message to Serbs from northern Kosovo-Metohija that it would be good if they accepted the implementation of the agreement and that they should not fear losing their institutions.
The Prime Minister noted that the greatest value of the agreement reached in Brussels is this positive climate in Serbia, which should be used in the best possible way for the defence of national and state interests.
He reiterated that Serbia is waiting from Brussels good news about the start of negotiations with the EU, and welcomed the support expressed by his Austrian interlocutors in Vienna for Serbia’s European path.
The Prime Minister underlined that Serbia wants to build trust and stability in the whole region and announced that the talks with Pristina will be continued and that the application of the agreement reached in Brussels will begin.
Speaking about relations with Austria, he underlined that Serbia is very much interested in making even closer ties and good bilateral relations.
According to him, the development of political dialogue, cooperation in economy, culture and education is a priority interest, taking into account several hundreds of thousands of Serbs who live in Austria.
Dacic expressed his belief that the two countries can have even better economic cooperation, although Austria is already the greatest investor in Serbia.
Spindelegger underlined that Austria fully supports Serbia and will advocate giving Serbia the date for the start of accession negotiations without setting new conditions. 
He stated that he and Dacic also discussed economic relations, recalling that Austria and Serbia have a volume of investments of approximately €3 billion.
According to him, Austria is the biggest investor in Serbia with 450 active companies and it wants to make even more solid economic relations. 
Spindelegger invited the Serbian Prime Minister to attend the next European forum "Wahau". Source; Government


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