Brnabic assessed that Italy is one of the most important political, economic and trade partners and that Serbia is strongly determined to further develop bilateral relations with Italy.
Regarding the current situation in Kosovo and Metohija, the two sides reached a complete agreement that the preservation of peace and stability are the main priorities, crucial for the entire region of the Western Balkans, and that all agreements within the framework of the Brussels Agreement must be implemented.
The Prime Minister emphasised that Belgrade remains fully committed to the dialogue under the auspices of the European Union.
Speaking about the current situation and the implementation of the agreement between Belgrade and Pristina, Tajani emphasised that everyone must be guided by the principle of Pacta sunt servanda, bearing in mind that only in this way can stability be ensured.
He noted the determination of the Italian government to be even more present in the Western Balkans, a region of exceptional importance for this country, and added that Italy will strive to contribute in every way to the preservation of peace and stability.
In this sense, as Tajani pointed out, the European path of the region and support for the integration process are extremely important.
The Prime Minister expressed her gratitude for the presence and commitment of members of the Italian army within the KFOR Mission to preserve peace, protect citizens and Serbian monasteries in Kosovo and Metohija.