Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic thanked Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias for Greece’s continued support for Serbia in its European integration process, as well as for the country’s intensive EU participation with a view to implementing a more active enlargement policy.
Vucic noted that Serbia highly appreciates the Greek authorities and the well-known position on this issue, as well as its active commitment to accelerating the process of European integration of Serbia, but also of other countries in the region.
Commenting on the ongoing talks between Belgrade and Pristina, Vucic stressed that reaching a compromise solution is the only way to achieve lasting peace and stability in the region, according to the Serbian president’s press office.
Vucic welcomed the growing trend in relations and co-operation between Serbia and Greece, which have reached an all-time high and are of a strategic partnership nature, underlining that Greece remains one of the largest investors in the Serbian economy with around 2 billion euros. in investments in various sectors.
Dendias stressed the Greek position that the accession of all Southeast European countries to the EU as soon as possible is the only real guarantee for a stable and sustainable stabilization of the entire region.
The Greek minister congratulated Serbia on the extremely successful vaccination attempt, adding that he expects this to create conditions that will allow Serbian tourists to travel in the next tourist season, respecting epidemiological measures.