Serbia, UN sign new partnership strategy

Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic and UN Resident Co-ordinator to Serbia William Infante signed a new, five-year partnership strategy Friday (June 25th) in Belgrade. Worth $250m, it will support Serbia’s EU accession efforts. After the ceremony, Jeremic described the strategy as marking a new era in co-operation between Serbia and the UN. “The UN is proud that Serbia sees it as a reliable partner,” Infante said in response. The strategy focuses on three main areas — responsible governance, sustainable development and social inclusion, and regional stability and co-operation.

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