Serbia’s Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said on Thursday her country was introduced in the best possible way at the Europen Union-Western Balkans summit in Sofia.
She told N1 that Serbia got considerable attention and that after the European Council’s President Donald Tusk and the European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker, President Aleksandar Vucic was the next to address the summit.
“That speaks for itself how much attention Serbia has got,” she said, adding that German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron took the floor after Vucic.
Brnabic said that at the economic panel she attended the participants agreed that the Western Balkan countries had to better connect, regardless of the fact that those countries would not join the EU as a package, but each one on merit.
Brnabic added that Serbia could expect more money from the European funds in the future, but that the country had to build its capacities to compete for that capital.