Minister`s activities

J. Joksimović and Ossowski: Positive trend of political and economic cooperation

J. Joksimović and Ossowski: Positive trend of political and economic cooperation

21. September 2017. | Belgrade

Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović has met with Envoy of the German Federal Foreign Office Thomas Ossowski. They talked about relations between the two countries, the process of European integration of Serbia, reforms being implemented, the situation in the region and other important topics.

J. Joksimović and Nègre on financing infrastructure projects

J. Joksimović and Nègre on financing infrastructure projects

20. September 2017. | Belgrade

Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović has held discussions with Head of the European Investment Bank (EIB) Office in Serbia Dubravka Nègre on cooperation in the preparation and implementation of projects important for economic and social development.

J. Joksimović: Germany has allocated EUR 40 million for particular projects

J. Joksimović: Germany has allocated EUR 40 million for particular projects

19. September 2017. | Belgrade

Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović has said today that Germany has allocated EUR 40 million in grants to Serbia for 2017, emphasising that this country has been Serbia’s largest bilateral donor in the past fifteen years, having allocated EUR 1.7 billion in grants.

J. Joksimović and Schattschneider: Reforms are yielding results

J. Joksimović and Schattschneider: Reforms are yielding results

19. September 2017. | Belgrade

Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović has met with the Head of the South-East Europe, East Europe and South Caucasus Department within the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development Dirk Schattschneider. The two officials discussed previous German assistance to Serbia, as well as possibilities for strengthening future cooperation, primarily in the context of continuing support to reforms that are being implemented in Serbia. 

J. Joksimović: For bullies and anti-democrats - law and EU standards

J. Joksimović: For bullies and anti-democrats - law and EU standards

16. September 2017. | Belgrade

“With severe condemnation against the brutal attack on TV Pink journalists Gordana Uzelac and Mara Dragović by supporters of far-right parties and movements, I expect the authorities to show that Serbia is a country where the rights of all citizens are equally protected, and where threatening journalists with violence, let alone resorting to violence, cannot go unpunished”, said Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović.

J. Joksimović meets students of the School of European Integration

J. Joksimović meets students of the School of European Integration

15. September 2017. | Belgrade

Minister of European Integration in the Government of the Republic of Serbia Jadranka Joksimović has met with the students of the School of European Integration who are currently on a study visit to Belgrade - namely, employees of local self-governments and representatives of civil society organisations from the north of Kosovo and Metohija. She introduced them to previous and future activities in the process of accession, relations between Serbia and the European Union, and other topics important for European integration.

J. Joksimović: Serbia has been recognised as a serious EU candidate

J. Joksimović: Serbia has been recognised as a serious EU candidate

14. September 2017. | Belgrade

In a statement for Tanjug, Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović said that Serbia’s progress on the EU path had been positively evaluated in the Declaration and Recommendations of the European Union−Serbia Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee adopted today.

J. Joksimović: Hahn's visit is important, he is sincerely committed to enlargement

J. Joksimović: Hahn's visit is important, he is sincerely committed to enlargement

14. September 2017. | Belgrade

Ahead of tomorrow’s visit of High Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn to Serbia, Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović told Tanjug that the topics of the meeting would concern relations between the countries in the region, the continuation of Serbia's accession to the EU and pre-accession funds.

J. Joksimović: Junker's view on enlargement is realistic and does not significantly differ from ours

J. Joksimović: Junker's view on enlargement is realistic and does not significantly differ from ours

14. September 2017. | Belgrade

“The statement of President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker that there would be no enlargement of the EU before the end of the current legislature of the European Parliament in the following 16 months is realistic - although he has announced a strategy for the successful accession of Serbia to the EU by 2025, which does not dramatically differ from the circumstances we deem realistic”, said Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović for Tanjug, assessing that it was unrealistic to expect that all negotiation chapters would be opened and closed by 2019.

J. Joksimović: Another EUR 1.5 billion from EU IPA funds by 2020

J. Joksimović: Another EUR 1.5 billion from EU IPA funds by 2020

11. September 2017. | Belgrade

In a statement for RTS, Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović has said today that in order to receive grants from EU funds, it was necessary to establish coordination between all ministries and clearly set priorities.

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