Brnabic, Osmani note significance of Open Balkan

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic met with OSCE Chairperson-in-Office and North Macedonia FM Bujar Osmani on Thursday.

Brnabic noted that the cooperation maintained by her government and all state institutions with the OSCE Mission to Serbia was very good.

The parties also noted the significance of the Open Balkan initiative and its benefits for all citizens.

Speaking about the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, Brnabic noted that Serbia acted in a responsible and credible manner, and reiterated that Pristina had still not met its commitments from the Brussels Agreement, signed ten years ago.

Osmani outlined the priorities of North Macedonia's OSCE chairmanship - the reconciliation process, the fight against corruption and the challenges of climate change, and Brnabic said the priorities were similar to the Serbian government's own priorities, and noted the...

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