Inter-Party Dialogue with Serbia: Statement of the Foreign Affairs Committee Chair
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Inter-Party Dialogue with Serbia: Statement of the Foreign Affairs Committee Chair

The European Parliament is ready to continue the facilitation of the Inter-Party Dialogue with the National Assembly of Serbia, says David McAllister 

The Chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs David McAllister (EPP, DE) called on the authorities, decision makers and political actors in Serbia to use the Inter-Party Dialogue as a platform to build consensus on outstanding issues in the country’s electoral process.

“I had a very good call with Ivica Dačić and welcome his support of the Inter-Party Dialogue. I firmly believe that the National Assembly and its Speaker play a central role in creating a space for dialogue”, said David McAllister after a telephone conversation with the Speaker of the Serbian National Assembly. He also pointed out that the continuation of the Inter-Party Dialogue is in Serbia’s best self-interest, especially as it is directly linked to the overarching EU membership process.


Parliament’s facilitation team for the Inter-Party Dialogue will be led by AFET’s standing Rapporteur for Serbia, Vladimír BILČÍK (EPP, SK) and the Chair of the Delegation for relations with Serbia, Tanja FAJON (S&D, SI). They will be supported in their tasks by former MEPs Eduard Kukan (EPP, SK) and Knut Fleckenstein (S&D, DE).

You can read the full statement here