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PM Brnabic meets with Austrian Ambassador Lutterotti

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Prime Minister Ana Brnabic spoke with Ambassador of Austria to Serbia H.E. Nikolaus Lutterotti about bilateral relations, the progress of the EU enlargement policy and Austria’s engagement in the faster integration process of the Western Balkans.

Brnabic thanked Austria on everything it does to support Serbia on its path towards the EU and underlined that regional cooperation, peace and security, along with further economic development, remain our country’s priorities.

Lutterotti underlined that the enlargement process cannot be completed without full integration of the entire region.

He said that Serbia is making good progress on its path towards the EU and expressed the intention of Austria to continue to participate actively in that process.

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