Minister`s activities

J. Joksimović and G. Wolf: Strong support of Germany for reforms and Serbia’s path to the EU

J. Joksimović and G. Wolf: Strong support of Germany for reforms and Serbia’s path to the EU

15. March 2018. | Belgrade

Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović has stated today after the meeting with German Minister of Justice and European Affairs of the Federal State of Baden-Württemberg, Guido Wolf, that Germany is not only the most significant political and economic partner on Serbia’s path towards Europe, but also the largest single donor.

J. Joksimović - Matthijs van der Plas: The Netherlands is for strict, but fair approach in the process of European integration

J. Joksimović - Matthijs van der Plas: The Netherlands is for strict, but fair approach in the process of European integration

13. March 2018. | Belgrade

Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović has met with the Director General for European Cooperation of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs Matthijs van der Plas. They have talked about Serbia's activities in the process of EU accession, the Enlargement Strategy, the situation in the region and other important issues.

J. Joksimović: Joint approach to EU funds brings more assets

J. Joksimović: Joint approach to EU funds brings more assets

09. March 2018. | Belgrade

Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović has attended the signing of the Memorandum of Cooperation on improving rail transport that envisages joint reconstruction of the Belgrade−Zagreb rail line, which has been signed today by Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlović and Croatian Minister of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure Oleg Bulatović.

J. Joksimović and Dittmann: Continuing the reforms is crucial for Serbia's progress on its European path

J. Joksimović and Dittmann: Continuing the reforms is crucial for Serbia's progress on its European path

08. March 2018. | Belgrade

Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović has discussed with German Ambassador Axel Dittmann the EU Enlargement Strategy, European integration of Serbia, the results of the reforms being implemented in the accession process, bilateral relations and other important topics.

J. Joksimović: Women – great potential for Serbia's development

J. Joksimović: Women – great potential for Serbia's development

08. March 2018. | Belgrade

“Key steps towards gender equality” is the title of the new three-year EU project, which has been launched today on International Women's Day with the aim of further empowering the position of women in Serbia.

J. Joksimović: The European perspective promotes the relations between Serbia and Georgia

J. Joksimović: The European perspective promotes the relations between Serbia and Georgia

07. March 2018. | Belgrade

Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Mikheil Janelidze have agreed today, after the meeting in the Serbian Government, that the dedication to the European perspective and mutual respect of territorial integrity are important points in bilateral relations between Serbia and Georgia.

European integration as an instrument of Serbia’s development agenda

European integration as an instrument of Serbia’s development agenda

06. March 2018. | Belgrade

Macroeconomic, fiscal and economic stability is a key precondition for the growth and development of a country. These elements form the basis of the reform policy of the Government of the Republic of Serbia aimed at ensuring a stable market economy in line with the best European and global standards. Such a policy is continuously supported by more than 60% of Serbian citizens, despite the prevailing belief of one part of the public that these are unpopular reforms with uncertain results. Leading international financial institutions, the IMF and the World Bank, have recognised the positive effects of the reforms and provide unanimous support.

J. Joksimović: Concrete support of Slovakia to Serbia's EU path

J. Joksimović: Concrete support of Slovakia to Serbia's EU path

06. March 2018. | Belgrade

Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović has said that the signing of the Agreement on Improving Cooperation in the Field of European Integration is an indicator that Slovakia is a friend of the EU Enlargement Policy and that it acknowledges Serbia as the most serious candidate for EU membership.

Minister Joksimović has stated that, after the last week's visit by Jean-Claude Juncker and the recent publication of the EU Enlargement Strategy, the perspective and the future of European integration is "tangible" and that Serbia, in this context, highly appreciates the "additional momentum" of Slovakia's support.

The third revised version of the National Programme for the Adoption of the Acquis Communautaire has been adopted

The third revised version of the National Programme for the Adoption of the Acquis Communautaire has been adopted

01. March 2018. | Belgrade

At the proposal of the Ministry of European Integration and Minister Jadranka Joksimović, the Government of the Republic of Serbia adopted the third revised version of the National Programme for the Adoption of the Acquis Communautaire (NPAA) at its session on 1 March.

The NPAA is the most significant and most comprehensive document in the process of European integration of Serbia, due to the fact that in addition to harmonisation of the complete domestic legislation with the EU law, it also envisages the obligation to strengthen administrative capacities during the accession negotiations with the EU, as well as long-term financial planning and responsible budget planning.

J. Joksimović: Women are the greatest potential for economic development of society

J. Joksimović: Women are the greatest potential for economic development of society

01. March 2018. | Belgrade

Women are not a minority but the greatest potential of society, Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović has said at the panel “The Power of Women in State Policy” organised at the Faculty of Law in Belgrade.

Speaking about the significance of “women's diplomacy”, Joksimović said that women often proved themselves to be the best negotiators in challenging negotiation processes, such as those involving crisis management or post-conflict discussions. “Therefore, we should not talk about women as a minority group, because they are not, but as a great potential for our society, economy and overall development,” Joksimović said.

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