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Interview with Ivica Dačić, First Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 March 2017.
p7-38-1024x682The outcome of the Presidential Elections in Serbia, scheduled to be held on April 2, is considered crucial for the future of the country's international commitments, as well as for its role in the Balkans. The situation in the region remains worrying, following the referendum in the Republic of Srpska, the elections in Montenegro and the latest developments in Macedonia .
Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dačić talks China PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 December 2016.
dacic global_times The Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić (Dačić) visited China from December 14 to 18. It was his first visit to China since he was posted as the Minister of Foreign Affairs in 2014.
Serbia Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic: 'I hope the EU will survive until we're ready to join' PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 07 September 2016.
dacic dw_792016Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says the EU promotes cooperation between the Balkan countries. He also maintains that Serbia is a stabilizing force - although it refuses to recognize the independence of Kosovo.
Ivica Dacic’s Interview for “Sputnjik” PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 03 April 2016.
sputnjik3We interviewed Mr. Dacic at a time when the Serbian public became quite upset over the signing of the Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP), enabling NATO to transit the Serbian territory and to use Serbia's military installations. Mr. Dacic responds for "Sputnjik" to the question regarding the possibility of Serbia being a legitimate target, should the NATO forces be stationed in some of Serbia's barracks, while carrying out a military intervention.
Article signed by Ivica Dacic (Politika, 21 February 2016) PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 21 February 2016.
autorski tekst_dacic_2122016Something interesting has been going on in our public arena. The position of Serbia, its military neutrality, its steady path towards the European Union and our clear orientation to having friendly relations with Russia, all of this, it appears, bothers certain individuals in Serbia more than anyone else worldwide.
Minister Dacic’s Interview for “Vecernje novosti” PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 28 February 2015.
Dacic vecernje_novosti_282015Serbia will not budge an inch from its position on foreign policy. There is no such a thing as cooling off of relations with the Russian Federation, as they will be better and better, while the path towards the European Union remains our strategic commitment.
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