During the talks, it was noted that the bilateral relations are traditionally very good and friendly and it was agreed that there is potential for their further improvement.
Selakovic expressed gratitude to Poland on the support to European integration of Serbia and underlined that the full membership in the EU is an absolute political priority of our country.
The Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs informed his collocutors about the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and pointed out that Serbia is entirely committed to the continuation of the dialogue as the only right path to achieving a sustainable agreement based on compromise.
Selakovic also mentioned 13 attacks on the Serbian churches and monasteries in Kosovo and Metohija during this year.
He also informed his collocutors about reform activities and economic successes of Serbia, as well as about investment potentials of our country and underlined that our country wants to strengthen economic cooperation with Poland and increase foreign trade exchange and the amount of Polish investments.
During a meeting with State Secretary and Head of the International Policy Bureau at the Office of the President od Poland Krzysztof Szczerski, Selakovic said that our country recognises closeness with the member states of the Visegrad Group (V4) and confirmed committment to cooperation, both bilateral and within this format.
We share the opinion that regional formats encourage cooperation and we are ready to participate together with V4 through regular annual meetings in various formats, such as the upcoming one in Poznan at the end of June, Selakovic said.