Significant possibilities for promotion of relations between Serbia, Sweden

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Bildt agreed yesterday that bilateral relations between the two countries are at a high level, but that there is still room for their improvement.Speaking at a joint press conference with Bildt,...

Select Your Countries:
Albania
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
FYROM
Greece
Montenegro
Romania
Serbia
Slovenia
Turkey
   

    
Select SIX industries you would like to appear:
Aerospace & Defense Agribusiness & Forestry Auto Industry
Capital markets Chemicals Construction & Materials
Economy & Statistics Environment Energy & Utilities
Financial Services Food and Beverage Franchising
Gaming Infrastructure Machinery & Appliances
Marketing & Advertising European Union Metals & Mining
Paper & Packaging Pharmaceuticals Real Estate
Retail Shipping Science
Telecoms, IT, Electronics, Media & Internet Textile & Clothing Tobacco
Tourism Transportation Wood and Furniture
Other        
Note: You can always change your choice later by unchecking the appropriate box or uncustomize all..        

Getting started

The first thing you need to do is choose a news reader, if you already don't have one. This is a piece of software that checks feeds you have requested and lets you read any new articles that have been added. There are various types of news reader. You should choose one that will work with your computer’s operating system.



When you have chosen a news reader, you can decide what content you want to keep up to date with. Please choose from below:

Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia
Cyprus FYROM Greece Montenegro
Romania Serbia Slovenia Turkey
INTERVIEWS BY BALKANS.COM      

Problems ?

Alternatively, you can paste one of the BBN RSS URLs into a new feed in your news reader.


http://www.balkans.com/rss/english/albania.rss
http://www.balkans.com/rss/english/bulgaria.rss
http://www.balkans.com/rss/english/cyprus.rss
http://www.balkans.com/rss/english/greece.rss
http://www.balkans.com/rss/english/romania.rss
http://www.balkans.com/rss/english/slovenia.rss
http://www.balkans.com/rss/english/bosnia.rss
http://www.balkans.com/rss/english/croatia.rss
http://www.balkans.com/rss/english/macedonia.rss
http://www.balkans.com/rss/english/montenegro.rss
http://www.balkans.com/rss/english/serbia.rss
http://www.balkans.com/rss/english/turkey.rss

Find more about RSS FEEDS !
Name:  Surname: 
Country:  Company name:
Email (Username): (If you would like to change your email address please notify us at news@balkans.com.)
Password:  Confirm password: 
Visak koda  
   
     

MY ALERTS

MAKE NEW ALERT

 E-mail article  Print  Save Additional News in English Još vesti na Srpskom Επιπλέον ειδήσεις στα Ελληνικά  Text

Significant possibilities for promotion of relations between Serbia, Sweden



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 02.07.2013

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Bildt agreed yesterday that bilateral relations between the two countries are at a high level, but that there is still room for their improvement.

Speaking at a joint press conference with Bildt, Dacic thanked Sweden for its strong support to Serbia on its path towards the EU, including the assignment of the date of commencement of accession negotiations.

He said that Serbia is ready to get down to business when it comes to accession negotiations, adding that for our country it is of great interest to start and finish these talks as soon as possible.

According to him, Serbia does not ask for any special privileges in the European institutions, and it deserved every decision concerning her, including the last one made in Brussels.

The Prime Minister pointed out that the process of European integration will have political and economic and civilisational benefits for Serbia, but he underlined that citizens should be aware that the standard of living will not improve overnight after the opening of the negotiations.

Dacic said that Serbia and Sweden have good political and economic relations, adding that the trade exchange, which last year amounted to €170 million, could be higher.

The Prime Minister said he briefed the Swedish Foreign Minister on the reforms in Serbia and the course of dialogue with Pristina.

Bildt stated that the decision of the European Council to start accession negotiations represents a new phase in the European integration of Serbia.

He underlined that opening accession negotiations does not mean that problems will get solved on their own, however that is a process that will open many significant opportunities for Serbia.

The Swedish Minister said that at last night’s celebration of Croatia’s accession in the EU held in Zagreb he saw that the relations among the countries of the region are getting better and better and that they should continue in that direction. Source: Serbian Government


LATEST NEWS ON BALKANS.COM

Related News in English

Povezane vesti na srpskom

Συναφείς Ειδήσεις στα Ελληνικά

Email