Serbia is not attempting to balance between its EU ambitions and its close ties with Russia, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said in an interview to Business New Europe (bne), Moscow-based English language magazine.
Full membership of the EU is the key foreign policy priority for Serbia, and the vision of a common European future is a vision shared by all of us in the Western Balkans, Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said on Friday.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and Macedonian President Gjordje Ivanov agreed Friday that the two countries should upgrade and intensify relations in all spheres of joint interest, especially when it comes to infrastructure and the economy.
Michel Davenport, head of the EU delegation in Serbia, expressed belief on Friday that the new composition of the European Commission will result in intensification of relations and acceleration of the European integration process.
Serbia's Privatization Agency called Friday on all interested parties to submit bids for privatization of Zelezara Smederevo steel mill, reads the Agency's website.
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