Tuesday, 4 February 2003

Talks with Frecnh and British Ambassadors

Chairperson of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Natasa Micic held talks at the Assembly today with the Ambassadors of France and Great Britain to Belgrade, Gabriel Keller and Charles Crawford.


Chairperson of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Natasa Micic held talks at the Assembly today with the Ambassadors of France and Great Britain to Belgrade, Gabriel Keller and Charles Crawford.

Chairperson Micic expressed her thanks for the significant assistance provided by the two countries to Serbia and Yugoslavia over the past two years.

The talks were the venue of an exchange of opinions about the political situation in Serbia. The participants also expressed their satisfaction with the passage of the Constitutional Charter of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.

The Ambassadors were acquainted with the upcoming activities of the Republic Parliament, which is to consider important reform acts, as well as with the preparations for commencing the procedure for the adoption of a new Serbian Constitution.

The guests were assured that there would be no delay in the functioning of state institutions, including those responsible for cooperation with the Hague Tribunal.

Gabriel Keller and Charles Crawford expressed interest in the possibility of establishing new institutions, whose work would centre on bringing Serbia closer to European integrations.

The Chairperson of the Assembly stressed that she expected contacts with diplomatic representatives to our country to become closer, which would lead to a better understanding and recognition of common interests.Chairperson of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Natasa Micic held talks at the Assembly today with the Ambassadors of France and Great Britain to Belgrade, Gabriel Keller and Charles Crawford.

Chairperson Micic expressed her thanks for the significant assistance provided by the two countries to Serbia and Yugoslavia over the past two years.

The talks were the venue of an exchange of opinions about the political situation in Serbia. The participants also expressed their satisfaction with the passage of the Constitutional Charter of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.

The Ambassadors were acquainted with the upcoming activities of the Republic Parliament, which is to consider important reform acts, as well as with the preparations for commencing the procedure for the adoption of a new Serbian Constitution.

The guests were assured that there would be no delay in the functioning of state institutions, including those responsible for cooperation with the Hague Tribunal.

Gabriel Keller and Charles Crawford expressed interest in the possibility of establishing new institutions, whose work would centre on bringing Serbia closer to European integrations.

The Chairperson of the Assembly stressed that she expected contacts with diplomatic representatives to our country to become closer, which would lead to a better understanding and recognition of common interests.



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