Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee

With the Stabilisation and Association Agreement coming into force on 1 September 2013, Serbia has been granted the status of European Union associated country and began fulfilling its new obligations not contained within the Interim Trade Agreement, such as the gradual liberalisation approach to the two parties’ public procurement, approach to the real estate market, protection from discrimination of Serbian citizens legally employed in EU countries, protection from discrimination in the business dealings of companies of the two parties as well as the further harmonisation of the national legislation with EU regulations.
With the Stabilisation and Association Agreement coming into force new joint bodies are established for its implementation at the executive level, and in accordance with article 12 of the Agreement, political dialogue at the parliamentary level shall take place within the framework of the Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee established under Article 125 and consisting of members of the National Assembly and members of the European Parliament. The Committee shall discuss all the aspects of the relations between Serbia and the European Union and all the important political and economic issues in Serbia’s European integration process, with a special focus on the implementation of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement.

The constituting meeting on the European Union-Serbia Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee was held on 15 November 2013 at the National Assembly House in Belgrade. The Committee comprises an equal number of members of the National Assembly and the European Parliament, and, according to the Rules of Procedure adopted at the first meeting, it meets at least twice a year. At the end of every meeting, having discussed all the items on the agenda, the Committee adopts a Declaration and recommendations which are then sent to the Stabilisation and Association Council as well as the institutions of Serbia and the European Union.

Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee composition from the ranks of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia:

1. Dr Vladimir Orlic, Chairperson,
Jasmina Obradovic, deputy member,
2. Veroljub Arsic, member,
Dusica Stojkovic, deputy member,
3. Aleksandra Djurovic, member,
Vesna Markovic, deputy member,
4. Prof. Dr Ljubisa Stojmirovic, member,
Dr Branislav Blazic, deputy member,
5. Dragan Sormaz, member,
Marija Obradovic, deputy member,
6. Dr Aleksandra Tomic, member,
Katarina Rakic, deputy member,
7. Branko Ruzic, member,
Nedjo Jovanovic, deputy member,
8. Miljan Damjanovic, member,
Momcilo Mandic, deputy member,
9. Jasmina Nikolic, member,
Vladimir Djuric, deputy member,
10. Vesna Marjanovic, member,
Gordana Comic, deputy member,
11. Dr Milorad Mijatovic, member,
Milena Bicanin, deputy member,
12. Milena Corilic, member,
Borisav Kovacevic, deputy member,
13. Dubravka Filipovski, member,
Mladen Grujic, deputy member,
14. Elvira Kovac (Elvira Kovács), Deputy Chairperson,
Fatmir Hasani, deputy member,
15. Marijan Risticevic, member,
Ana Ciric, deputy member.

RULES OF PROCEDURE of the European Union-Serbia Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee


  • The European Union-Serbia Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee met for the fifth time on 22-23 September 2016, at the National Assembly House. The meeting was co-chaired by Dr Vladimir Orlic, heading the National Assembly delegation to SAPC, and Eduard Kukan, heading the EP delegation to SAPC.
    Click here to watch day one of the fifth meeting (22 September 2016)
    Click here to watch day two of the fifth meeting (23 September 2016)

  • The European Union-Serbia Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee held its fourth meeting on 7 and 8 October 2015, at the European Parliament seat in Strasbourg, co-chaired by Igor Soltes, Vice-Chair of the EP delegation, and Vladimir Orlic, heading the Serbian National Assembly delegation.

  • The European Union-Serbia Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee met for the third time on 19-20 March 2015, at the National Assembly House. The meeting was co-chaired by Dr Vladimir Orlic, heading the National Assembly delegation to SAPC, and Eduard Kukan, heading the EP delegation to SAPC.
    Click here to watch day one of the third meeting (19 March 2015)
    Click here to watch day two of the third meeting (20 March 2015)

  • The European Union-Serbia Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee met for the second time in Strasbourg, 26-27 November 2014. The meeting was co-chaired by Eduard Kukan, who headed the EP delegation, and Vladimir Orlic, who headed the delegation of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia.
  • The first constituting meeting of the European Union-Serbia Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee was held on 15 November 2013 at the National Assembly House.Click here to watch the first constituting meeting.
    At the end of the meeting, the members of the European Union-Serbia Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee adopted a joint Declaration and Recommendations and, as stipulated in article 7 of the Parliamentary Committee Rules of Procedure and article 125 of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement, sent them to the Stabilisation and Association Council and the institutions of Serbia and the European Union.
    Click here to read the Declaration and Recommendations.
    After the first meeting, the Parliamentary Committee Co-Chairs Ivan Andric and Eduard Kukan held a press conference which you can watch here.


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