Estonian FM visits Serbia to discuss EU integration

Urmas Paet, Estonia’s foreign minister, has begun a two-day visit to Belgrade to discuss the country’s prospects for EU integration.

Paet is expected to hold meetings with Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister Bozidar Djelic, Economy Minister Nebojsa Ciric and Foreign Affairs Miknister Vuk Jeremic during his trip. During discussions, he is expected to discuss Serbia’s route to EU integration.

“We are ready to support Serbia on its path towards the EU, offering [the country] our experience of reforms and accession negotiations,” he told press.

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