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MINISTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA GORAN TRIVAN VISITED BRUSSELS ON DECEMBER 20, 2017


Minister for Environmental Protection of Serbia Goran Trivan visited Brussels on December 20, 2017. On this occasion, minister Trivan met the Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Karmenu Vella and discussed current topics related to the accession of the Republic of Serbia to the EU. Commissioner Vella welcomed the establishment of a new ministry for environmental protection and added that the European Commission will continue to strongly support Serbia in this and related areas. Minister Trivan invited the Commissioner to visit Serbia at his earliest convenience.


THE SEVENTH MEETING OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL CONFERENCE SERBIA - EU


The seventh meeting of Intergovernmental Conference on the accession of Serbia to the EU for opening of chapters 6 (Company Law) and 30 (External Relations) was held on 11 December 2017 in Brussels.

The head of Serbian delegation was Jadranka Joksimović, minister for European integration, and Tanja Miščević, Head of Negotiating Team, Anja Rović, State Secretary in MEI, Ksenija Milenković, acting assistant minister in MEI and the representatives of MEI and the Mission of the Republic of Serbia to the EU also attended the meeting.
The meeting was chaired by Sven Mikser, minister of foreign affairs of Estonia, and the commissioner for neighbourhood policy and enlargement negotiations Johannes Hahn also spoke at the conference. The participants were addressed as well by Emilia Kraleva, deputy minister for European affairs of Bulgaria. On behalf of the EU, the representatives of the European Commission, the General Secretariat of the Council of the EU, the European External Action Service and EU member states also attended the meeting. 

After the introductory remarks of minister Mikser, commissioner Hahn and minister Joksimović, the agenda of the meeting and Minutes from the Sixth Intergovernmental Conference held in Luxembourg on 20 June 2017, were formally adopted. After that, the decision on opening chapters 6 and 30 was adopted and the contents of these chapters were presented.

At the end of the meeting, minister Mikser formally concluded the conference, and minister Joksimović and commissioner Hahn gave their concluding remarks and also participated in press conference which was held after the meeting. 


 


THE FIRST MEETING OF MINISTERIAL COUNCIL OF THE TRANSPORT COMMUNITY


The first meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Transport Community was held on 6 December 2017 in Brussels. The meeting was attended by the representatives of the European Union and WB6 partners. On behalf of the Republic of Serbia, the meeting was attended by Miodrag Poledica, State Secretary at the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, the Ambassador Ana Hrustanović, Head of the Mission of the Republic of Serbia to the EU and the Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the Kingdom of Belgium Marina Jovićević.

The Decision on establishing the seat of Permanent Secretariat of Transport Community in Belgrade was adopted by consensus at the ministerial meeting, given that the European Commission had assessed that the candidacy of the Republic of Serbia had meet the most of the required criteria.

Further discussion at the meeting concerned concrete steps towards the establishment of Permanent Secretariat of the Transport Community, as well as the organization of the First meeting of Regional Steering Community, which would be held in February 2018 in Belgrade.





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