Serbian Environment Minister Goran Trivan informed European Union ambassadors about efforts to solve environmental problems on Wednesday, the ministry said in a press release.
The participants in the meeting, chaired by EU Delegation chief Sem Fabrizi, said that environmental protection is one of the most demanding fields on Serbia’s path to EU membership, adding that every necessary investment will bring benefits and improved living conditions.
Environment is a priority for the and citizens. Great interaction with EU Member States Ambassadors and @MinistarstvoZZS Trivan this morning. Sustained policy work and investments needed in Serbia to protect effectively environment. The EU commited to continued support pic.twitter.com/KEWQmMuCl0— Sem Fabrizi (@FabriziSem) October 24, 2018
Fabrizi said that environmental protection is one of the EU’s top priorities. He said the EU, as Serbia’s partner and top donor, is committed to continue providing technical and financial support to Serbia.