The European Parliament (EP) representatives emphasised the need for the reforms enabling free, fair and democratic elections in Serbia on June 21 to continue, during the Friday talks with Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, N1 reported.
Tanja Fajon, the Chairwoman of the EP Delegation for Serbia, said the talks were ‘constructive.'
Had good and constructive exchange of views with@anabrnabicahead of June 21st parliamentary elections in#Serbia. With@VladoBilcik, we emphasized the need to continue efforts to establish all neccesary conditions for free, fair and democratic elections#healthsafety#freemediapic.twitter.com/eExuMZHEiQ— Tanja Fajon, mag. (@tfajon)May 22, 2020
Vladimír Bilčík, the EP Rapporteur for Serbia, also took part in the talks, thanking Brnabic “for an open exchange of opinions."
While we cannot be on the ground in#Belgrade, in the@Europarl_ENtogether with@tfajonwe continue to work actively on Serbia’s European perspective. Thank you to Prime Minister@anabrnabicfor today’s open exchange in the run-up to parliamentary elections on 21 June.pic.twitter.com/T0R4b42vjz— Vladimír Bilčík MEP (@VladoBilcik)May 22, 2020
No more details about the discussion were available.