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London wants Serbia in EU, says Davenport

17. June 2011. | 10:04

Source: Beta

British Ambassador Michael Davenport on June 16 said London wanted to see Serbia as an equal and full-fledged member of the EU.

British Ambassador Michael Davenport on June 16 said London wanted to see Serbia as an equal and full-fledged member of the EU.

"We want Serbia to stand shoulder to shoulder with us as a full-fledged member of the EU and its citizens to enjoy all the benefits of the membership. We honestly support, monitor and hail every positive step Serbia makes on its EU path," Davenport said at a reception held on the occasion of the birthday of Queen Elizabeth II.

Over the past few months, according to the ambassador, Serbia has made several positive steps, citing the launch of the Belgrade-Pristina dialog, arrest of Hague tribunal indictee Ratko Mladic and state institutions' work on the implementation of the EU Action Plan.

"I know that behind this is hard work and I hope that Serbia will use this positive political trend and new affinities it has provoked in the world to resolutely pursue its EU path," the ambassador stressed.


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