The establishment of European Union strategy for the Danube region will kick off Monday in the German town of Ulm. The first consultations will be attended by members of the European Commission, ministers of the countries located along the valley of the Danube River, including Serbia’s representatives, the edition reads. Serbian deputy Prime Minister Bozidar Jelic has visited Brussels on Friday on this occasion.
“For the first time Serbia is treated like EU member state and we have been included in the establishment of a European strategy since the beginning. We have been promised we will be also treated like a member state when the strategy reached the level of the preparation of projects and financing,” Jelic said.