Brnabic expressed her gratitude to Roth for her tomorrow's visit to Kragujevac, where the 80th anniversary of the day when German occupation forces killed thousands of civilians, including students of the Kragujevac high school, is being marked.
Roth said that she is going to that city with the message that something like that should never happen again and in order to highlight the importance of shared memory.
The Prime Minister pointed out that one of the two main priorities of the government she leads, apart from the rule of law, is the Green Agenda and that, in this regard, she is especially satisfied with the cooperation with Germany on projects in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources.
According to the Prime Minister, Germany is one of the main economic partners of Serbia and one of the largest investors in the Serbian economy
- the most important bilateral donor and the first foreign trade partner.
Germany's support to Serbia on its European path is extremely important, especially when it comes to opening two new clusters, which is expected soon, Brnabic said.
The Prime Minister told Roth that Serbia has made progress in the area of the rule of law, which was confirmed by the European Commission in its report, as well as that she is personally committed to work in the field of journalist safety and media freedom.
Roth pointed out that during the pandemic in Germany, priorities have been placed on immunisation of the population and human health, but that she is convinced that the Green Agenda will remain high on the priority list of the government that should be formed soon.
Brnabic said that in Serbia, equal attention is paid to both the green energy transition and the protection of the environment.