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Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović stated that the possible postponement of the European Commission’s report on the progress of countries in the process of joining the EU does not have to delay the opening of new chapters in Serbia’s membership negotiations in the Union.

In a statement for the Tanjug agency, Joksimović pointed out that she expects that, if the European Commission makes a definite decision to postpone the “enlargement package”, which includes Serbia, until autumn, it should make note of the significant achieved reform activities made by Serbia.

She stated that this would enable the member states to support the opening of new chapters with Serbia by the end of June, during the Croatian presidency.

Joksimović pointed out that Serbia has prepared and submitted five chapters to the EC: Chapter 2 – Freedom of movement for workers, Chapter 14 – Transport Policy, Chapter 21 – Trans-European networks, Chapter 3 – Right of establishment and freedom to provide services, and Chapter 27 – Environment and climate change.

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