Brnabic pointed out that France is one of the most important partners of Serbia, and that strategic relations are recording constant progress, especially in terms of political dialogue, economic cooperation and investments.
Speaking about the government's priorities in the future, the Prime Minister stated that Serbia's European path remains a strategic priority, as well as reforms in the area of the rule of law and media freedom.
We have to complete reforms in the field of justice aimed at an independent and efficient judiciary for our citizens, which represents the further potential of the country's economic stability.
The President of the Senate of France praised the exceptional results that Serbia achieved with economic reforms and pointed out that, with intensive work on judicial reform, there is an open space for more intensive economic cooperation and the arrival of a larger number of investors from this country.
The officials discussed cooperation in the field of energy and renewable energy sources, environmental protection and digitaliation.
The Prime Minister rated the cooperation with the French Development Agency and representatives of the largest French companies as very good.
When it comes to the situation in Kosovo and Metohija, the Prime Minister thanked France for its clear position on the necessity of implementing the agreement within the framework of the Brussels Agreement.
She stated that Belgrade is committed to continuing the dialogue with Pristina under the auspices of the European Union, as well as preserving peace and stability.
Larchet congratulated the Prime Minister on her new mandate and pointed out that he expects that during her tenure the relations between our countries will rise to an even higher level.