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On the occasion of the Open Door Days at the Embassy of Belgium, H.E. Leo D’Aes, Ambassador of Belgium to Serbia, welcomes Serbian students who are studying law, economics and political science.

In a pleasant and open atmosphere, Ambassador D’Aes introduced the students to the current state of international relations, particularly in terms of the EU integration process of Serbia and the countries of the region.

“We support and help Serbia on this path, as do other organisations, such as the Council of Europe, the OSCE, financial institutions like the EBRD and EIB, but clear support for the European perspective of Serbia also comes from countries that are not part of the EU, such as Norway or the U.S.,” said Ambassador D’Aes.

He said that the mechanism of the Western Balkan Sextet (WB 6) is an important instrument given to the countries of the region to help them jointly prepare for EU membership.

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