Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani said that his country wants to strengthen its presence in Serbia and the Balkans.
Speaking at the Italian-Serbian Business and Science Forum in the capital, Belgad, Tajani emphasized that the Balkans are of strategic importance and expressed Italy’s desire to have its former influence in the region.
“We want to have a stronger presence in all regions of Serbia and the Balkans and to cooperate in the future with the people we have cooperated with in the past,” Tajani said. He said.
Noting that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and his country appreciate the steps taken to maintain peace in the Balkans, Tajani said, “I believe that Vucic and the Serbian government will take steps to strengthen cooperation between the two countries and thus build an important path for the stability of the Balkans and Europe.”
Recalling that Italy is a country with a developed economy, Tajani noted that his country has 4 million small and medium-sized companies and can export its own products.
Tajani, “Serbia,” European UnionWe want to see you as an active member. We want to create new job opportunities here.” He said.
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