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26feb2015

The Second Meeting of the Stabilisation and Association Committee

Serbian export to the EU has increased by more than 70% in the period from 2010 to 2014, following the implementation of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) and the previous Interim Agreement on trade which liberalized trade between our country and the European Union, as concluded at today's meeting of the Stabilisation and Association Committee in the joint statement of the European Integration Office of the Republic of Serbia and the European Commission.

10feb2015

Reforms necessary for Serbian EU accession supported by 73% of citizens

In mid-December 2014, European Integration Office of the Government of the Republic of Serbia conducted a public opinion poll entitled “European Orientation of Serbian Citizens – Trends” and when asked how they would vote if a referendum with the question “Do you support Serbian membership in the EU?” were to be held tomorrow, 44 percent of Serbian citizens replied that they would vote in favour of the Serbian membership in the EU, 25 percent replied that they would vote against it, 21 percent that they would refrain from voting, while 10 percent did not know what they would vote for. The poll was carried out in compliance with the Eurobarometer standard, and 1,015 respondents older than 18 took part in it.

26jan2015

Bilateral Screening on Chapter 22 - Regional policy and coordination of structural instruments

Bilateral screening on Chapter 22 – Regional policy and coordination of structural instruments will be held on 28th and 29th January in Brussels. The delegation of the Republic of Serbia, headed by Ms. Ana Ilić, Deputy Director - Coordinator for EU funds in the European Integration Office, will give an overview of the current situation relating to the use of European structural and investment funds by presenting the six most important areas, namely: legislative framework, institutional framework, administrative capacity, programming, monitoring and evaluation, financial management and control.