Prime Minister Ana Brnabic met today with the Quinta ambassadors in Belgrade – the United States, Great Britain, Italy, Germany and France and Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia
The officials discussed the current situation regarding the coronavirus pandemic and Serbia’s cooperation with EU countries and partners in overcoming the current crisis.
Brnabic informed the ambassadors about the current situation and the measures taken by Serbia in accordance with epidemiological data and expert advice.
She said the epidemiological study is expected to be started soon by the Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade.
In their talks, the ambassadors welcomed the measures taken by the government of Serbia to deal with this crisis.
Speaking about Serbia’s strategic priorities in the aftermath of the crisis, the Prime Minister said that the focus would remain on further strengthening the health system and especially eHealth and the overall digitalisation of health.
She added that the e-Government and education reforms implemented earlier confirmed the importance of all e-services precisely in the situation when we faced a pandemic.
European integration and regional stability remain Serbia’s strategic priorities, the Prime Minister said, adding that the focus will remain on economic and rule of law reforms.
She once again thanked for the help and support the European Union and other partners have sent to Serbia.
The officials also discussed the economic measures presented by the Serbian government to assist the economy in combating coronavirus.